This isn't a poll, nor is it an attempt to dog Eden. It's just that I'm considering buying an Eden now that I haven't been able to get my Carvin R600 fixed to my satisfaction (great amp in almost all settings--it just does not want to run when bridged into my 4 ohm Acme). It's more money, but I have to do something, and I'm not into Ampeg, GK, Hartke, Ashdown, or SWR. I know the WT-400 is rated at 400 W @ 4 ohms. My question is, for any experienced users, has that 400 W felt like a real 400 watts (whatever that means), or does it feel as if the maker is being a bit optimistic? I realize this is highly subjective, and dependent on other gear being used, and so on, but I'd still be interested in some impressions. The dang thing looks so small (a not unimportant issue for a 45-year-old guy living in a walkup), it's hard to believe it could kick some serious booty. Andy Lewis of Acme suggests that a number of people find this a good match with the Acme, and I don't play stoopidly loud, so right now this is my top candidate. I'm also somewhat considering the separates route (e.g., used Demeter or Kern and a power amp), but there's the portability issue. I'm really getting into the easy-to-carry thing these days. Thanks for any input.