Hey fellas, wanting some perspective. I'd like to get a small, decent sounding amp for bedroom and student use. I may do some fun stuff running it mic'd up in stereo with my main amp live, but primarily it'll serve the two functions listed above. I'm thinking of something with the following characteristics: -Solid state (to sound good at low volumes and not throw curve balls at my students) -Lightweight (may need to carry it around a good bit) -inexpensive (would love to spend under $500. in a perfect world, it'd be under $200. Students may be using this guy and it'll probably be my beater amp) -have some resale value (in case I just wind up not needing it anymore) -be able to not fizz out with pedals (in case I ever do any small fun stereo nonsense) -Have a decent sound (I won't be tracking albums with it, but I want to not roll my eyes every time I plug in.) I've heard good things about the Vox pathfinder, but I'm also seeing multiple versions out there, with barely any good demos on Youtube. Does anyone have any experience with these, or any other amp that'll fit the bill somewhat closely? Thanks.