It turns out the Yorkville XS400 is just out of my price range. I've now settled on the Genz Benz ML200-115T. It was either that or the Peavey Combo 115 or Yorkville XM200. I like Peavey tone but then again I don't. My friend has a TNT (an older one without a tweeter), it has a great aggressive tone but no real lows or highs. All mids. I've read several posts on TB about Yorkvilles having a very "uncolored" tone comparable to PA's. I don't think I would like that. I'm curious about a few of the GBenz's features. It has two separate 100W power amps instead of a single 200W. Alone the amp runs them bridged and with a flick of a switch you can split them for using an extension cab. How does that compare to a single 200W power amp. It also has a "soft limit" circuit instead of a limiter knob. Good/Bad? I'm also worried about the tweeter not having any separate volume controls. Keep in my mind I'm using an Ibanez EDA905, will it be too bright? I leave the piezo bass at max and use only enough piezo in the mix to give a little more defintion to my tone. I know some of you are going to say I should get the 2X10 version but I actually want the duller sound of the 15". So if anybody has any experience with Genz Benz combos please give me your opinion.