I'm digging the hell out of my Eden WT-300, particularly the nearly nonexistent weight. However, there's a certain amount of grit missing from my tone that I'd really like. I was thinking that a DB359 might solve my tone problems, and do so in a relatively lightweight package that's more versatile than the other all-tube heads I've tried (the SVT and 400+ do not impress me). I have played through a DB359 before and was very impressed by the warmth and beefiness of the tone, but I think a lot of that had to do with the twin GS112 cabs I was playing through. A couple of questions: 1. Is it normally as noisy as the unit I tested at Bass Palace? It really put a hurting on some of the single-coil-equipped basses I tested, and even though the FBB custom 5 I'm ordering will have Bartolini M4 dual-coils, I'm still worried about excessive noise. 2. Would the DB359's low-mid warmth be too much for my D-210Ts, which already put out a ton of low mids? If I were to get a DB359, would I be forced to sell my cabinets? 3. How sturdy is the DB359 compared to other all-tube amps? How long do the power tubes last (not an inconsequential question for a college student)? 4. Am I just smoking a pipe dream? The cheapest I've seen one of these is $1000 and there's no way I could afford one for well over a year.