I've read a whole lot of threads on the Bassman 100T and the Super Bassman, but wanted to ask a couple of specific questions. I've been eyeing these two amps off for over a year now, and will shortly have the cash to finally get one. It will be an upgrade to my Aguilar TH500, which I'll still keep as a backup/lightweight option, and I'm planning on getting a Fender Neo 410 to go with whichever head I get. I've been talking to a guy here (I'm in Australia) selling a 100T, although he may sell it before I get the $ together. If I can get it, that answers my question though, as it's at a great price, and they rarely come up used. However if I miss it, I'm either going to get a 100T (I've heard they're discontinued, although they're showing on the Fender site again, and I believe a local shop still has one) or a Super Bassman new - price wise there's not a whole lot between them new. However I'm not sure which would be better for my needs. I play in a fairly loud punk rock band, but every gig we play has FOH support, so it will just be for stage volume and practise (which is loud), and to be mic'd/DI'd up. I do like some dirt in my tone, so I don't mind pushing the tubes a bit, and this is actually one of the reasons I'm going all tube. One reason I'm liking the 100T is the silent recording and DI post-power tubes, definitely something I could use when recording. I believe a Radial JDX will also do the same post power tubes thing though, as long as it's hooked up to a cab? So apart from the standard "is the 100T loud enough" (definitely an important question), I'm also wondering if the SB sounds good with it's volume turned down through a 410? I know some amps just don't open up well at low volumes, and I'd be a little worried that a 300w all-tube amp might be too much for smaller shows? So basically it's the quieter, lighter, better for recording 100T vs the louder 300w Super Bassman. For those that have used/owned both, what are your thoughts?