Well, since this recording project is almost over, I'm going to start unloading some of the wonderful gear I've accumulated during the last six months. Some of you may remember my post about a month ago regarding the volume of gear that's been piling up in the house, and I've finally reached the point of diminishing returns. Maybe finally reached the point of inverse GAS. I'm tired of tripping over an amp every time I have to get a patch cord from the other side of the room. I'm only keeping the stuff that's proven itself in the studio, like my Walter Woods. Everything else is going. Some nice stuff too, some BagEnd cabs, SWR amps, maybe even a bass or two. After all that it should be possible to get to the other side of the room again. Did you ever get to a point like that, where even the nicest vintage amps have to go 'cause they're in the way? I hope they go to a good home, 'cause I can't justify keeping anything that only gets played once a year. Some other player in need of a nice amp will be able to make good use of it. The reality is I'll probably never recover the time and expense I put into some of these amps to tweak 'em just right, but such is life. I didn't get these to collect, just to use 'em for a while. So I suppose the rest of it is rent Some eBay buyers are going to be real happy (hopefully they'll appreciate what they're getting)! Did you ever get to a point like that, where you just had to downsize? How bad was it, and how long did it take to come to terms with it?