Greetings to all! I am seeking your collective wisdom. I have recently added schroder 1210 to my Ernie Ball/Audiophile 2x10 (great combo IMO) and I'm looking for head with more juice and more versatility than my AI Clarus amp. Not that the Clarus is a slouch, it's a kicking amp for what it is, but I find my self wanting more. So I have come down to two serious contenders: The Peavey BAM Head Vs. The Yamaha BBT500 I've tried the Peavey BAM head and I love it. It was probably the best modeling amp that I have ever played through. All the models sounded great and the power seemed more substantial than the ratings would suggest. The only thing I didn't like was the weight. The sucker is pretty heavy. On the other hand there is the Yamaha BBT500. I have never tried the Yamaha but form what I have read is very similar in every way to the Peavey BAM except for one.... the weight. The reviews all seem positive on the Yamaha and it seems promising but like I said before I would like your collective wisdom. Again this is my rig: a 4 Ohm Schroder 1210 cab and an 8 Ohm Ernie Ball/Audiophile cab for a total of 2.67 ohms. Thanks!