I did it! I went to Long and McQuade, traded in my Yorkville 100 and got a Yorkville 2x10 cabinet. Then I went to the pawn shop and bought the Bloc 250B head. I am loving it so far. It doesn't sound as good as the Eden I plugged the cab into at the store but it's pretty decent. Considering it only cost me $175 Canadian ($120 American) it's an amazing amp. It's got enough controls to keep me busy for a couple of weeks before I figure out what the best settings are. It's got tons of volume. And plugged into the Yorkville 2x10 it's PUNNNNNNCHY! The other thing that I like is that the whole rig is two feet tall but it makes some serious noise. I tried the head at the store through a Peavey 15" cabinet and it sounded ok. But the 10" speakers really make it shine. Here's a little more detail about the head: two inputs with individual gain, sustain control (still don't know what it does), fully parametric EQ, plus lows, mids, high-mids, highs EQ controls. 250W RMS into 4 ohms, 175W into 8 ohms. It is the first Yorkville Sound product that doesn't have the Traynor brand name on it. Don't know why the company decided to drop the traynor name. It is loud, and for the money I paid for it it is amazing. So if you're on a budget and don't feel that you need or deserve Eden quality, look for one of these. You won't regret it. The only problem now is that I decided to come to work and I'm too excited to do work. I should take the rest of the day off and go home and bring the walls down.