well, got myself a lovely Replifex from the US thinking "right, well it was stupid getting the Mesa 20/20 from the US - caused so much hassle and bother and expense, but this'll be fiiiine, i just need a new 9V transformer - easy!" I get to the local (very limited) electronics store and realise that the replifex needs AC power, and draws 1.5A, neither of which can be accomodated by the store's transformers. so I figure - "aha! i'll phone up Rocktron's UK distributor and just order a UK power supply! - easy!" So the guy says, after consulating the folks in th guitar department, that I don't need a new one, just an adapter - the little 2 prong to 3 prong majigger, which seemed fine. better than fine, he sent it off to me free of charge! but then I started thinking... if someone had suggested this to me beforehand, i would have assumed that one of two things would happen... 1) the transformer, made to handle 120V, would simply pack in, burn out, blow or whatever. 2) it would give out a voltage higher than 9V... I don't know quite how transformers work, but it seems logical that given twice the supply voltage, it might give twice the output... which would be very, very bad for my precious Replifex... so, do these people know what they're talking about? are my fears justified? thanks for your help!