I feel the same! I have a Burgera Veyron MOSFET "2000" watt head coming in a day or 2. I like trying new equipment. Only way to be sure is to play them. My first bass rig was a new 1981 Fender Bassman 300 watt 15" combo ($1200)using a 69 Fender P bass. I was in hog heaven with my sound and awesome tone! Later when I tried Peavey solid state Combo 300 15" Black Widow. It was like going from cherries to lemons. Peavey is built tuff and priced cheap. I bought a new GK RB 800 running through a SVT 410. I really enjoyed the punchy lows and quality sound using 1999 American Fender Deluxe active Jazz 4 string. But after an amp failure after 3 months on a gig, I lost confidence fast! I never run my equipment hard only comfortably suitable. So I went back with new Peavey Max700 head for road ready durability and 2ohm load capability. Trying to keep up with the new MOSFET technology, I came across Burgera. I figure for $249 at Sweet water for A 15" turbo sound loaded cab with "1000" /2000 watt MOSFET amp with compression, I didn't have much to lose. I've been playing on the Burgera 15" kick back for over a year with no issues. I am pretty satisfied with the tone and decent power out put. I wish they would actually label the actual RMS output. 700 watts RMS coming from my Peavey Max700 head@2 ohms is true to the ear and body of the air it pushes. I will find out soon to compare. I also bought a cheap Beringer ultra bass 300 watt head for a light back up amp. It sounds OK with decent power for a doable stage performance but it takes some time dialing in a decent tone. But I would accept the light weight, less powerful head vs heavy back breaking dead weight. Tone, durability and time will tell.