Just picked up the Schreyer Audio EDS45 yesterday. Its basically a JTM45 clone, but 45 watts. All I can say is WOW! The tone is even fatter than a vintage JTM45, but just as punchy with that "marshall" type crunch! http://www.schreyeraudio.com/EDS45.html the bright inputs are very bright and touch sensitive (as I would imagine is the case with any plexi) and the presence, mid, bass, treble controls all work together very welll and you can dial in many different sounds and even add more crunch by turning all of them up. I used a jumper to link the normal and bright inputs which as most know, allows you to mix and match sounds with both the bright and normal volume knobs. This adds some great KT66 overdrive and every note I was hitting felt very full and again every chord had a nice crunch. I have owned The Kraken (Schreyer's 45 watt 6L6 combo amp, 5f6a circuit) for about a year now and I love it. The EDS45 is a very similar sound and feel but with a fatter and crunchier tone. If you are looking for a JTM45 clone that is very versitile and affordable (considering what other top of the line clones go for) you should check out Earl Schreyer's EDS45. I am going to try to get some soundclips up sometime soon.