Have tried so many different things to date... Attenuator (Using a Z Air Brake to good results, but currently am sans attenuator and loving it. Only extreme attenuation was getting me there.) Daisy Chaining it 4 hole plexi style (did that for awhile for the novelty of it all, but preferred to have 2 channel capability using the Switchazel) Switchazel (channel switching, channel blending, and great clean transparent boost with tuner output jack). Minimizing the EQ's which actually drives the volume way down without adversely affecting tone significantly (eq to taste but at min values). While this tames the TMB channel it does not do anything for the click channel since it does not go through the TMB eq circuit. And then finally,...the point of this post, my current approach. Using low sensitivity jacks on both channels. Minimizing the EQ's on the TMB channels. Set the TMB volume fairly high for use as my leads Set Click channel volume low for rolled back cleans and rolled on edge tones Use Switchazel boost on either channel as needed. This approach, while counter intuitive to how I had operated (always wanting the high gain settings of the click channel for solo's which drove me to very high volumes and necessitated use of attenuators or replastering of the walls), is giving me great clean, edge, lead and boost tones at acceptable volumes. I could take this rig as configured and play small blues clubs and have great tones. I'm loving it. I'm going to show up at a local blues jam and give everyone the treat of playing through it. The main point I am making is that of using the click channel for cleans and the TMB channel for gain, the other tricks are just ways of taming the volume further. I still get a very woody sounding clean out of hte click channel, and the TMB gives me some great marshally with the harmonic complexity you'd expect out of this amp. I have tamed the beast. I will soon also try switching from KT88's to KT66 to see if that allows me to open up the volume some more. I hesitate only because Fred has indicated that while it is possibly to use KT66/EL34/6L6 on this amp, he clearly prefers KT88's. Has anyone else tried this approach, or some other approach that you'd like to comment on or share? I'm really happy with the results and am now confident that I could happily use this rig at most any venue. I hear of others going smallbox master on this amp, but I for one am thrilled and completely content with the largebox click format and would not have it any other way.