Well, I finally got my GDS 100 W last week. Due to some travel for work, Ive only had one afternoon and a couple of nights (with the wife and kids asleep) to play with it. I dont know how to post a photo (perhaps I can e-mail a photo to someone who knows how), so no pictures to show as of yet. Here are some initial reactions: I have two words for this amp: Sweet and Articulate. First off, the clean channel is exceptional. Its very chimey, yet nice and punchy. Its kind of like my Deluxe Reverb only rounder, sweeter and bigger. I am having a blast. The notes just pop! The gain channel goes from nothing to over the edge gain. Its very nice and smooth and round. All the while, it still stays very articulateyou hear every note. For me, the most fun has been playing around with the mid to light gain setting. You pull the gain back and move the level up and bingo, youve got that wonderful Carlton-like breakupthe kind that still sounds clean until you dig in and it bites just enough. The boost setting (from the footswitch) is big. It provides a substantial mid-boost and increase in level. Its almost a bit much. However, I have not yet played with a band, so that kind of boost might work great. Overall, it makes each channel a lot more aggressive. I tried the amp with my Two Rock cabinet with two TR65s, my Bogner Shiva with Tonkers, and my GDS cabinet (from my 18 watter) with a Red Fang and a G12H30. The Bogner with the Tonkers was a bit too bright. The Red Fang/G12H30 sounded great, but the feel was a little small. The Two Rock was just right. It was a tad less bright, but since the amp is very bright, it seemed to be a good combination. Finally, Im running the amp through my new rig that includes a Rodenberg Flexloop and a TC 2290. The Flexloop sounds great, but it made the amp very loud. I found I had to back the send and return levels to around 9:00 to keep the rig at a level that was comparable to the amp on its own. The 2290 just kills me with this amp. Im using the parallel setting on the Flexloop to add just enough delay to not take away from the amp. Overall, very, very sweet. Thanks Graydon for doing a great job--goods things do come to those who wait! Unfortunately, I do not have a recording rig so I cant record any clips. Ill have to get some recording gear or just haul my rig over to Les Schefmans to see if he can help me out!