So, at a pre-pandemic gig the dirty power (or something?) at the venue fried the main board of my Ampeg PF-500 (confirmed by a pro). In the meantime, I've been using my SVT-400T with my Ampeg 210HE and 115HLF cabs, which, eh, it's fine for rehearsal and it's not like I'm gigging these days. But in anticipation of someday getting back to live performances, I'd like to get my amp house back in order before then. Do I: 1) Replace the main board on the PF-500 and call it a day? 2) Replace the main board on the PF-500; sell it and upgrade to PF-800 in the hopes that it mitigates the gain clip issues I sometimes encounter during a particularly loud set? 3) Scrap the whole PF experience altogether and go with some other Class D solution? What's your favorite and why? I like the PF sound paired with my '86 P-Bass, but DO NOT like the gain clip "feature".