I know...I know...COST. BUT I think they are wrong. I think the added cost would be gladly paid by most of us. What I mean is... I know not all guitarists even want reverb, that's cool, but on amps that DO have reverb, MAKE IT FOOTSWITCHABLE!! There is just no good reason I can think of for not doing that. Fender is a big culprit there. Selectable output impedance. 4-8-16 ohm, parallel outs. Always!! (how many of us own more than one amp and have to spend lots of time deciding on cabinets that can be used with all of them? I modufy my cabs to be series or parallel adjustable (2 x cabinets) but even then I can't cover all bases) Some amps I have ONLY allow 16ohm impedance to ext cab...one has only one 4 or one 8 ohm out, can't use both at the same time. If it is a combo, let ME choose if I want to use the combo's speakers or not in conjunction with an ext cab. I know, it is more money for the transformer, I'd pay it. I have actually decided against an amp because it wouldn't be compatible speaker-wise. ALWAYS include an LED on two or more channel amps. Cheapest would be acceptible, that it only lit in the "lead channel(s)" mode. I want to know when I am on the lead or the clean channel. Also an LED on the footswitch would be really welcome. Don't put a suitcase handle on a 60 pund combo amp. It is useless and actually invites bumping the amp when one invariably tries to carry it like a suitcase. Put side handles on it. Amp COVERS included..I was really pleasantly surprised when I bought my Fender Hot Rod DeVille and it included a dust cover. Nice one too! Nobody includes them anymore, not with expensive recording equipment, and dust is really an enemy to sliders, etc. Make the footswitch usable from "normal" cables and let it plug in to the footswitch. Either phone plug, or stereo...Fender does it right here. If I need to extend mine, I can do it with a regular guitar patch cord that is longer. Don't wire the combo speaker direct into the amp! Don't have the control panel upside down. Nobody (practically) is using amps like these in a band where they have the amp in front of them. Make them readable from the front. Put pots in that gradually let you adjust...can't stand amps where the thing has a massive volume (or tonal) change between 2.346 and 2.555 on the dial Effects loop! Make them parallel, controllable or switchable between +10db, 0db, -10db. What did I miss?