I'm looking for a two channel Marshall flavoured amp with a decent clean and classic crunch with effects loop to play at church with into a PA. It's a large church (1200) with an awesome sound system so I will always be miced. It's a big stage so it wont be bedroom volumes but in all reality I wont be getting close to pushing either of these amps most of the time. Initially I was looking for something along the lines of my Jet City 20 watt single channel combo with a clean channel and the only thing relatively close is the DSL40C. The DSL has a pile more gain than I would ever use, but I think there is a couple tones in there I could use. My dilemma comes in when I found a month old DSL100 halfstack for sale locally for $1000, the DSL40C sells new for around $900. I also keep hearing how good the 100s can sound at lower volumes. For $100 difference it seems silly to me not to get the 100, even though it would be complete overkill. That being said, I wouldn't really be pushing the 40 that hard either with it being mic'd. Lastly I'm also considering the Egnater Rebel 30, what are your guys thoughts on getting a good Marshall crunch from this amp? Then again, that amp is around a grand new by itself as well. I like the power scaling feature on each channel of the Rebel, so between that and the DSL it comes down to pushing the power tubes slightly vs bigger iron. Which would sound better at lower volumes? What would you guys do? I know what I "want" to do, but I want to sound good and does the 100 really sound half decent at low volumes? There's also a 100h for sale locally for $500 (just the head), and I could probably grab a decent 2x12 somewhere for 300, and have a decently practical rig for less than a new 40C. Thoughts?