I find that my LMII is lacking in the low-mid punch department. The LMII's Low-Mid is centered at 360Hz which is too high. And the Low's are centered at 40Hz. To me, the amp misses out on a bunch of important lower frequencies, IMO. Turning either of these knobs up almost results in a scoop of the punchy low-mids. My sound gets both muddy and honky. It's really been annoying me and so I've been looking at equalizer pedals to sort out the problem, but sometimes you just want to "plug and play" and not have to connect a bunch of pedals to get your sound. Well, I think I may have found the answer (or at least I'm onto something); After looking at the LMII EQ graphs (in the manual) you can visually see the scoop that's created by turning the Low's and Low-Mids up. You can also visually see the relative "boost" that's created (at about 150Hz) by turning both knobs down. So what I'm trying out is turning all EQ knobs to about 9 o'clock and making that my new "flat". (Filter knobs are off). Then by "boosting" the Low and Mid-Low to about 10.30, It seems to add in the punchiness without adding the muddiness or honkiness that results from boosting these points from the LMII's real flat position. I've only tried this in my bedroom so far and it seems to work really well. I have a gig on Friday to try this approach which will determine if it actually works or not. If you have a LMII, give it a go and let me know what you think.