Well, I had "one of those gigs" today with a band (they're not so good) I am sitting in with. I knew todays gig was going to be pretty lame, but it went even worse than expected. A couple weeks ago, I got tired of lugging my whole rack around, so I decided to pull the head (SWR 750) out of the rack, and just take it alone. When unloading the gear, I noticed that one of the fuse caps on the rear was missing Having some spare time before the gig started, I made a trip into town to look for one. I went to a "reputable" audio shop in town, and got a complete idiot for a salesperson. I had taken the speaker fuse and cap in for reference, and handed it to the lady working. She looked at it and said (once you lose these, you're pretty much screwed", and then suggested I use some duct tape to hold the fuse in......WHAT? Not like this would even work, but that's besides the point. I left, and went to the local radio shack, no luck there as well. Luckily, the drummer of the band called another bass player we knew that owned SWR, and he brought his amp up.....I robbed his fuse cover, and we got to go on. Anyway, to the point.....how much hassle do you figure it is going to be to get one of these from SWR since the buyout? Keep your eye on these parts friends, I found it's not hard to lose them, and you're pretty much SOL when it happens.