Well, I can't say that I'm dissapointed, in fact I'm very excited. I traded my mesa boogie m-pulse for a 200W all tube traynor YBA200. I love the tone of this thing, and it really drives my 2x10 as a stand alone. My drummer commented on the fact that he can really here me now, and it's allot cleaner and just sounds better (I've only used a 2x10 with the traynor, when usually I use a 2x10 plus 1x15 setup with the mesa, Interesting eh!) So how come everybody seems to think this amp is only for if you're on a budget or something? It's a tonal delight, at 45lb a light amp, 200W yes, but tube watts like the Aguilar db359, and traynor is reliable. It's like a Canadian SVT, only much cheaper than a svt, it sounds better, probably will last longer, and all because it's Canadian made, he he he, eh!. My girlfriend also says she likes it better and she is hot so I'll take her word for it. She said it sounded "sweeter, more like caramel as opposed to fudge." (She is also a musician, not blonde) I'm still keeping the mesa cabs for now.