Oh yes, it's that time again. I am in the market for a new class D amp! My current setup is a TC RH750 into a Bergantino AE212. It's good, but not great. It's plenty loud but I have never been satisfied with the tone. I find the RH750 overly-complicated, with each EQ being semi-parametric. Good for some, but not me it seems. I also find the AE212 to be a little boomy - compared to the TC RS212 that I also have, I don't actually find much in it. They are both fairly equal to my ears. A little disappointing given the money I spent on the Berg. Anyway, after lots (and lots and lots) of research, I think I've narrowed down my options to the following: - Bergantino B|Amp - Bergantino Forté D - Genzler Magellan 800 The B|Amp slightly concerns me as it looks similar to the RH750 - pretty complicated. You can change all the EQ frequencies, load up effects etc... stuff I wouldn't want to be using. I have a HX Stomp to cater to that. The Forté D looks interesting, basically a simplified version of the B|Amp. The Magellan is the amp I am leaning to the most, due to it's simplicity and useablility. I've read great things about the overdrive and contour control. However, I owned a GB Shuttle 9.0 in the past and found it lacked punch and volume. Though, the Magellan is said to be designed from the ground-up... After watching this video, I have never heard a bass sound so good. But I don't know if that's in part due to the cabs or just Nate's superior playing... lots of factors involved. I do like the fact you can input cab profiles into the Bergantino amps, so I could tell it that I am using an AE212. But I don't know how much difference this would make in reality. I also really like the look of the Genzler Bass Array cabs, so would probably move to those at some point in the future when I could afford them. Any suggestions welcome!