I ordered a Yorkville XM200T and the 15" extension that goes under it. The owner of the store told me it was only going to take 4 days to get here. That was over three weeks ago. Ordinarily that would not be a problem but I sold my Bassman 100 two weeks ago on ebay and I have been without an amp since. I went to Sam Ash the other day to see if I could pick up a cheap practice amp to get me by, problem is I found a used mint condition Roland DB700 while I was there at a price I could not refuse. I did not plan on getting that but I ended up taking it home. Now I can't decide if I should keep the yorkville stuff when it gets here or just keep the Roland or keep both and have one for a backup, although realisticly I really can't justify the expense of both. So given the features of each amp which way would you guys go. The Roland is a 250 watt 15" combo, very transportable, sounds awesome and is way loud. The Yorkville is a 200 watt combo when you used with the extension, the combo is 2x10 plus the 15" cab under it, also loud as heck and transportable. I really can't say for the sound yet as I have yet to get it. I only paid $319.00 for the Roland the Yorkville cost me $608.00 after tax for both the combo and cab. I fairly sure I could make back what I paid for the Yorkville either on ebay or private party as I got a great deal on it too. The combo and cab go for $774.00 new at Gear one. So help a guy out and give me your ideas on whatyou would do.