Just curious about the T-Funk and iAmp's in terms of tone and power. I am looking to seriously downsize and make my rig more "modular" and portable but maintain the power. This may mean getting rid of my Navigator and WT-1000 setup (4 space - 44lbs.) for a lighter 2 space alternative. The WT-800B is 2 spaces, 26 lbs. and powerful as hell (880 watts bridged @ 8 ohms and 1,100 watts bridged @ 4 ohms). The T-Funk looks like it has more versatility than the WT-800B but much lower wattage 880 watts vs. 500 watts. I ahve heard some comment that they sound similar to Eden's though they have their own character. The Timbre control and the "switch" are very interesting. But the power? Is 500 watts really enough or is Dave's stuff conservatively rated? I have been using my Eden bridged at 4 ohms giving me 1,000 into TWO Eden D410XLT's. The iAMP 800 looks nice too. Power is close to the WT-800B. I really like the Deep, Bright and Contour switches. Seems like it is very flexible. The deep switch really gets me excited. That is one feature I wish the Eden's had. I liked it on the Aggies but they were a bit "squishy" for me. So, what to do, what to do? I have talked to Jorg and he has invited me down to his place to test out his cabs and to A/B other cabs with a bunch of amps (whatever I bring). I won't be able to set that up for several weeks so I am looking for some insight on the following: * Does the T-Funk have enough power at 500 watts? Could there be a bigger T-Funk on the way? * Explain more about the Timbre function * Can the iAMP 800 get warm, punchy and chest pounding? I don't want a lifeless amp tone wise. * Can anyone compare these two to the WT-800? * Anyone use any of these with the Accugrooves, Schroeders, Acmes, Bergs, etc... Thanks in advance for your input.