Ok, Everyone (rightly so) obsesses over the Robben Ford / Larry Carlton Dumble tones. I borrowed a Fuchs ODS for over a year and it was just killin' for those tones... However, I see a couple of possible market niches for Andy (or someone else if he's not interested) to fill. 1) Dumble Steel String singer - The SRV Texas Flood has got to be the absolute best Strat tones I have heard. I would love it if someone recreated *THAT* amp. I have heard from people that the singer was based on an Ampeg circuit. That wouldn't surprise me as I recently played through a VT-40 that had an absolutely killer clean tone and wonderful reverb. 2) 35-40LB 50 watt BF Fender Reverb combo amp. Someone, please make a reasonably priced combo that's well made. I'm thinking that utilizing PC Boards to keep the price within reason but built with high quality components and a pine cabinet, 38oz speaker or possibly one of the neo guitar speakers eminence is working on you could have an absolute killer BF fender combo which would be a "one hander" and something you could gig with night after night without fear of jacks coming loose and shorts in the circuit boards like you have with Fender and Peavey production stuff. Just some thoughts.