Maybe you already made a decision, but to add some info for anyone else doing a search, I'd recommend Traynor for sure.
My "main" rig is a Traynor YBA200-2 tube head with 2X10 and 1X15 speakers. By main rig, I really only mean it's the biggest option I have.
I've been increasingly using my Traynor SB115 combo(newer lightweight model, "SB" stands for small block) or a Yorkville xm200 combo (as Shawshank72 mentions, Traynor and Yorkville are one in the same).
Only 31 pounds, a full 200 watts into a 4 ohm 15" speaker. I have used mine for on-stage monitoring in large bars when I've had PA support. The on-stage volume of one of the bands I play with is down right ear-blistering annoying. And they are a country band for chrissakes!! lol No matter ... this amp keeps up with the gain around 4 and the volume at 6. I don't move around the stage, so I just find my little spot where I hear well and I'm not anywhere close to running the amp at max. Not sure where you live, but in Canada they are $499.99 new. A good review for it is here: http://www.premierguitar.com/article...r-sb115-review
Yorkville xm200 / Traynor DB 200:
Essentially the exact same amp guts / controls and weight.
The Yorkville model is older, and has a top strap for carrying, which has a tendency to break since the amp is just over 50 pounds. Mine had never broken, but I see a lot of used ones on sale with broken straps.
The Traynor DB has sturdy, virtually unbreakable side handles and wheels to boot. I have the Yorkville version only because you can find them used all over the place where I live (Toronto GTA, Canada).
The other interesting factoid that is misleading is the 200 watts. The manual for BOTH versions says the amp delivers 200 watts at 2 ohms ... OK, but the speaker is 4 ohms!! I checked with the company and the combo actually delivers 165 watts at 4 ohms unless you use an extension cabinet. Not worth it for an extra 35 watts.
Most importantly, tone ... I absolutely LOVE it. This amp made me realize I know nothing about watts, ohms and volume since this amp packs a punch. A loud punch. I did a small venue gig this past Saturday (about 100-120 people) with drums, two electrics, vocals ... amp volume at 6 (no gain controls on this amp), tone controls pretty much flat. Just nice deep but clearly defined bass tone. It really has changed my opinion on 15" combos in terms of punch. Never tried running it maxed out, never had to, but I'd be willing to bet the amp could be pushed to its limits and still retain a nice tone and not cack out.
I can't comment on the Fender 350. I only owned the 100W version which is not a fair comparison obviously.