I just got a Randall RG50TC from an eBay seller for $499. including shipping. I did not have a lot of info on the amp and only read a few reviews that are available but I wanted to give it a try anyway. This amp is really well built for the money. Chassis mounted tube sockets, plywood cabinet, good quality footswitch, etc etc. Best part is you can crank it with no vibrations or rattles at all due to some nice detailing such as a fabric strip to absorb vibrations on the wood frame that the rear metal grill mounts to. There was obviously some thought given to the design of this amp...The Crate V-50 I tried in contrast rattled like a pig. It's too soon to do a detailed review but if you are considering a Traynor YCV40 or a TSL601 or similar amp you may want to look into this amp...especially if you want high gain. This is the highest gain tube amp I have tried so far and yet has a decent clean channel as well. I own a variety of amps including Aiken and some I have built myself and I can say that this Randall is a keeper for a decent quality grab and go amp that covers a lot of tonal range without breaking the bank. Cheers. P.S. The stock Celestion 70/80 is not bad but I swapped for a Vintage 30. The cabinet is half back closed so the V30 works pretty well. A Classic Lead may be another option to stay closer to the original amp voicing.