First of all, thanks in advance for reading this and if anyone has any thoughts, please share ... Has anyone had experience with using BOTH these amps at some point in time? I am in the process of making the switch from SWR to GK. I've always liked the GK sound but got a great deal on some SWR gear but it's not my cup of tea...anyway, I can't seem to decide whether I want to pick up a used 2000RB or a new 1001RBII. My current cab situation is a single 8 ohm 400 watter with no immediate plans to add another. I was all decided on getting the discontinued 2000 because of the extra power, the overdrive channel, and rear mounted DI/Effect loop jacks but as I was going through the manual, I noticed GK specifies running a single 8 ohm cab: in stereo mode will deliver 225 watts per channel....... in bridged mode 700 watts per channel.... now I am starting to wonder if 225 GK watts will be enough for my 400 watt cab. One of the reasons I am selling my SWR WP400 head is because of lack of power (and other reasons). SIDE NOTE: if you plan on going with the SWR Working Pro amp, get the 700 watt version ... you will thank me later .... I would love to run bridged but dont you think 700W into a 400W cab is pushing it? What I do like about the 1001RBII is that it puts out a simple 460 watts at 8 ohms, which I think would match my cab great. Plus, its a more refined and stable product. So................my main 2 questions are: 1) would the 225W out of the RB2000 into a 400W SWR cab be enough 2) if you had a choice, would you go with a RB2000 or a new RB1001? Thanks again!