I have really been impressed with my recently acquired reborn multiwatt Rectifier. It's such a lot of amp for such reasonable money. It's got a really nice clean channel (possibly the first where I've really liked both the clean ch and the gain ch on any ch switcher), great touch sensitive mid gain, thick mid heavy high gain and of course 'that' aggressive scooped Mesa bold/diode/modern wall of aggro sound. The ability to use tube and diode rectification makes a great difference in the feel and there are so many sonic modes to get what you want out of it. It actually is a killer blues/rock amp which surprised me and it does that classic Fender Twin thing really well too. Add some trem and verb and it's impressive for a high gain amp. I've found this iteration of the linage the most flexible by far. I've owned: 2 ch Rev G, Rectoverb 25 head, original 3 ch and the new multiwatt. Particular mention needs to go to the excellent master volume. Rectifier sounds at baby sleeping levels through a 4x12? No problemo. A great foot switchable serial loop? It's there for soaring lead work with some delay. Various wattage and rectifier options per channel. Mesa installed it. Lead boost? Been there forever. It's even not that heavy for a 100w head (I think it's about 40 pounds). Every single time I've played it for the past month I've owned it, I come away really happy. The feel is slower than say a 5150 but it's still great, it takes a boost like a champ (needed for the brootz tones) and I can basically play anything I feel like on the one amp. There is nothing I'd change on it. I'm actually surprised that I really love the tube rectified vintage mode so much and actually play it more than the modern mode. I always wanted a super aggressive amp (the modern mode was the business whenever I played it) but I love how I can just get tastes of it and then swap back to the better lead and mid heavy mode. That they are like 1/3 of the new price second hand is just gravy. I've been looking for years for one at the right price (as I can't justify spending $2500 on an amp - kids/wife etc and I'm not a pro player). So, hell of an amp for the money. Highly recommended if you like flexibility and some Recto goodness. You don't even need to play aggressive music to really enjoy this beast.