I posted most of this in a different thread, but thought I would give it a thread of it's own: I just picked up a Line 6 Studio 110. Basic specs (copied from Line 6 site): * 4 Incredible Bass Amp Models: Clean, R&B, Rock, and Grind * Synth Bass * Full-time Opto Compressor * XLR Direct Out With Line 6s exclusive A.I.R. processing * Pre Amp Out * 4 Programmable Model Memories * Headphone Out * Jam Along CD/MP3 1/8 Input * 10 Speaker * 75 Watts * Dimensions: 24lbs, 12"L x 12"W x 12"H The specs above don't list it, but there is a a "secret" Amp Model -- Brit -- you can access by powering on the unit and holding down a couple of buttons (which is revealed in the owner's manual). Also, some good sound clips of all the Amp Models are available at the Line 6 site. I'll post a more detailed report later, but so far I love the 110. My band rehearses in what a lot of people would call a walk-in closet. I just couldn't take the SWR WM12 there anymore. While the WM 12 sounded good and would fit in the back seat of my car (barely), it really was too big for where we practice and it wasn't exactly light either. I ended up working out a straight up swap of the WM12 for the 110 at GC. I think it was a fair trade. I took the 110 to practice Tuesday night and it passed with flying colors. On the other hand, we don't have a drummer right now so take that with a decent grain of salt. I'll wait to do a more detailed report until I can play with drums. However, I was asked to turn down at one point Tuesday night (which, given the size of the two guitarists' amps and the PA speakers we use, made me chuckle). But so far, I love the tone(s). It really shines in the low mids -- very tight, refined and punchy. While I can dial in a surprising amount of lows that will shake the walls, I wish it had a smidge more warmth, but 1) that might be asking a bit much from a 1 sq. ft. cube (how much air can it really move?) and 2) I haven't spent any time playing with the EQ much so maybe it's in there somewhere. But don't get me wrong. The tone it produces is impressive. The features it includes are just gravy as far as I'm concerned. Very tasty gravy. I'm no expert on amp modeling, nor do I want to be. All that matters to me is what it sounds like when I play it. And so far I like how it sounds a lot in Clean, Rock, Brit, Grind and R & B modes. I don't have a lot of need for the Synth/Envelope stuff, but it is fun to mess around with. I can't tell you how good these models are, all I can tell you is the thing sounds good no matter what I put the settings on. 75 watts is a lot for an amp this size; about double what I was able to find in anything else carried by GC and SA. The compressor is nice. I like that it has an effected DI as well as a preamp out. There is a -10 db pad switch for the input which could prove to be handy. I wish it had a built in tuner -- with your bass and this midget monster, it's the only other thing you will need. My initial impression is that for $250, they are going to sell a lot of these. The feeling I have two days after buying this thing can only be described as a sense of liberation. Before now, loading up my gear in the car and hauling it to practice or an impromptu jam was truly a pain in the rear. Tuesday night it was ridiculously simple, painless and fast. And I sounded good (without really having a chance to dial in "my sound" yet). And to be honest, I am not all that worried about how it will stand up to the kind of drumming I'll be playing with. If good sound in a very portable package is what you are after, this box should be on your short list. Also, if you are looking for a small, versatile recording amp for your studio that is also highly portable, then this should be on your very short list.