Hey guys, I turn to you here...my dealer is a great guy, but it is taking a while to get responses, and I am getting antsy. I'm very sure (along with another purchase I will be making, a Soldano) that I want a Tripledrive Supreme. So now the narrowing down of the 3 models available. Please, ANY help appreciated. I am leaning to the 150 because I have read most about it, I haven't played any Fuchs amps ever. Some thoughts, please correct me if I have some faulty ideas here: I want the head version not combo. I will have to supply my own speakers as I live in northern europe and so it is too expensive to send a 4 x 12" cab. I get the idea that I want either the 100 or 150 even though it is overkill, as far as I will most likely not be playing venues where I can crank that up, but I am thinking about the clean side...keeping it clean and full sounding (bass as well). I got the idea the 50 may have slightly less tight or full bass sound. I could be wrong. I think also that the overpower isn't going to be a minus because the amp will sound good in the OD's even if not cranked to power tube distortion. I get the idea the TDS is making it's sound in the preamp more than power? I know the 100 and 150 use different tubes, and am thinking since I am going to be splurging a LOT there is no sense going halfway (unless that is a better fit for me and where I play, etc.). I would like to get the 50 or 100 because of price difference though. I play in a few bands, one mostly blues, and may be dropping one and getting into a more varied band along with the blues. My playing goes from blues, to Hendrixy, to Allman bros, Warren Haynes, but still when I say blues I mean from sounds like the older blues, to newer, both clean and OD slight, to Freddy King...etc. My main guitar has been a strat (or a couple of them) but I have been leaning to Les Paul and also have an ES-335. I have only recently gone from combos to heads, have a Germino Classic 45 I love playing (but wish it had reverb). I have an anonymous Marshall 4 x 12" (I have to open it up and see exactly what speakers are in there) a Marshall 2 x 12 (1922) that sounds nice, a 2 x 10", and am wondering what speakers go best with the Fuchs (and it would be a big plus if they also went well with Soldano) Also wondered, I am having trouble understanding from the site a few things...like: - It DOES come with a footswitch control correct? But the control only controls the channel and gain type, etc. not reverb? - Does it also come with a reverb footswitch, or can a single footswitch be used to control reverb? - Colors...I can't tell for sure if it costs extra for other than standard, and even there the pic on the site is of a red one, but other pics are of a black tolex Anything else you can think of I ought to know going in? Main thing, would I most likely be happy with the 50, 100, or 150?