Finally got a new rig. I am amazed by the variety of wonderful sounds coming out of this thing. Haven't gigged it yet, but will report in full when I do. I compared the HT322 with the HT310 and with the HT112+EX112 short stack. I thought the 310 had a slightly punchier mid-bass and a tad tighter, cleaner sound. I wasn't crazy about the 2x112 midrange with my StingRay 5. The 322 is close enough to the right kind of punchy tightness in the lower mid-bass and just seems to have much more testicular fortitude in the bottom octave (31-62HZ). I finally got to hear a Bag End D10BX-D and it is a very nice 2x10. The dealer had just sold their last HT210, so I didn't get to compare it to that. I compared the Dem 201S with an Alembic F-1X and an Aguilar DB659. What a tough choice. The salesperson helping me had my bass plugged into the passive input on the Dem which I didn't realize until I got it home, sounds very different from the active input (at least with my bass). At the store, with the way everything was hooked up, I probably would have gotten the Agie pre, but it would have put me over-budget. It was a coin toss between the F-1X and the 201S, so basically, I went along with the consensus of the Berg owners from a thread I ran on the subject (plus, I thought the Alembic was a tad bit too wooly for my taste and the Dem controls struck me as a little bit more intuitive). Now that I have heard it plugged into the active input, I am definantly glad I got the 201S, I think it sounds better than the DB659 set up right. Anyway, I really like the warmth with the Dem cranked to about 2:00 through the 322 (I play with a fairly light touch). Wow! What a nice mix of glowing tubey warmth and punchy speed. Some tube preamps do weird things with the lower midrange and upper mid-bass; not the Demeter--very fast, transparent, and natural sounding. Believe it or not the Berg fits in the back seat of my Accord sedan. I got a Gator 4 space rack case that has the wheels and extending handle (cool). My wife is going to make me a slip cover for the cab. While I'm rambling on, I did a search for comments by Bob Lee on the clip limiter on the QSC amps, but couldn't find anything really helpful (I could swear I remember Bob having some comments on it before). Anyone have any input on whether the amp sounds better with the clip limiter on or off? Have rig; will gig.