I have a Sovtek MIG-50 that I just got back from being serviced, and for the first time in about 10 years the amp is working properly and sounds great. Huzzah! I always loved the tone of this amp and am happy that it's fixed and functioning properly again, as the amp was deader-than-dead. Now it's back to its old self: Ch1 sounds very Bassman-like again, while Ch2 is more mid-focused and more plexi-like. Unfortunately I'm not in a band at the moment, so I don't really have the opportunity to crank it up. That's a problem of sorts, as I had forgotten just how loud this amp could get, and how much better it sounds as you turn it up! Now that I've spent the money to get it working again, I need to tame its volume a bit for home use, or my neighbors are going to throw fits. As an aside, I do have several low power amps I can play late at night and not disturb anyone, but this amp has its own thing going on that's a lot of fun. It isn't critical that I use it, but I want to see if I can find a way to make it work in my current situation. Rather than open yet another debate about the merits and pitfalls of standalone attenuators, I am interested in hearing opinions about the Eminence Maverick FDM speaker, the "American-voiced" one with the built-in attenuator. I've listened to all of the YT clips I could find, of which there aren't that many, and most feature much higher gain than I play with. I am curious how this speaker handles Fender-y clean tones and low to medium gain plexi-style dirt and crunch? Not looking for silent operation, or for a perfect emulation of a vintage Jensen or Celestion, just looking for something that will let me work the amp a bit harder without necessarily raising the volume too much while still sounding pretty good. I'm not looking for a perfect solution (...cough...FluxTone...cough...), but the Maverick speakers are pretty affordable these days, and I may spring for one if it would let me work the amp into its sweet zone without rattling the shelves. Thanks!