I put these 4 TRAINWRECK videos together last night. Found out my camcorder's mic doesn't handle high volumes very well, as the camera adds a little extra dirt. Oh well. That said there is alot more talk than action about these rare amps around here. SO, I did the geeky thing to do and got out the camera and played LOUD. They are big files, so you might be best to download them first then play from your hard drive. Cheers, Geetarpicker UPDATED LINKS (3/17/06) Here are the videos I put together. Sorry my original links are out, but the guys on the Trainwreck forum were nice enough to host them. These are direct links to the 4 clips. Trainwreck Express, Les Paul, Callaham strat, 4x12 w/25 watters... Thanks, G http://maximoaudio.com/download/medi...wreck-lp1.mpeg http://maximoaudio.com/download/medi...wreck-lp2.mpeg http://maximoaudio.com/download/medi...ck-strat1.mpeg http://maximoaudio.com/download/medi...ck-strat1.mpeg UPDATE: some say they had trouble with their Windows Media players needed to download these CODECS. However I wouldn't monkey with things until I tried to play them first. Most can play these on Windows Media players (v9 or v10) fine. But just in case here are the links: http://www.free-codecs.com/Stinky_MPEG_2_Codec_download.htm http://www.free-codecs.com/AC3_Filter_download.htm Someone else posted this: I was missing the Dolby AC3 codecs. I downloaded the AC-3 ACM Decompressor zip file from http://www.free-codecs.com/AC-3_ACM_Decompressor_download.htm Unzip the file to a directory. Right mouse click on the AC3ACM.inf file and click install. PLAYER UPDATE: Try this player folks if you were having trouble playing the clips before: http://www.afterdawn.com/software/video_software/video_players/media_player_classic.cfm "Media player classic". I have a 6 year old laptop that I used as a test, since my home PC was working fine. The laptop is only 550 mhz machine running windows xp (originally an ME machine) and it too choked on the videos using window media player 9. I update the AC3 codec, still no go. THEN I downloaded the "Media player classic" from the link above and it worked. It was the fix on at least this old machine. Thank you for whoever originally posted the "media player classic" player tip.