Well, I've had two gigs with it now, and next to no time alone with it. So I can't really give any insight for low level playing as of yet. But this little wonder can REALLY move some air, and it's freakin TINY! (13lbs and only 10" deep!) I'm running Amp 1 to a 4 ohm Avatar 210 Neo and Amp 2 to a 4 ohm Avatar 212 Neo, and for playing a gig in a moderate theatre, I feel I've barely scratched the surface of what this amp can truly do. Out of 21 detents, I "only" had it at around the 6th or 7th (10 o'clock-ish) for performance levels, and at some points I was even pushing the "I'm too loud" button in my head and turning down a notch. I've rarely needed to ever think that before. Nevermind the fact that I didn't even break a sweat hauling my gear around. That's a FIRST. As for aesthetics, I wasn't 100% sold on the new look from checking out the online pics, but in person it's quite stunning. Almost mean looking. And the new QSC logo is pretty cool, too. A brief "first impression" summary: Clean, powerful, and lightweight. I'll actually have some time alone with it this weekend, so I'll post more thoughts shortly. If anyone has any specific questions, feel free to post them and I'll do my best to get you an answer.