Ok folks, I know this combo has been discussed sparingly before, but I did a few quick searches on the forums and I'm hoping someone might have more experience with one of these by this point. I've got a line on an Orange Crush 100 and am waiting for the chance to try it out (in store) before buying. I've been a huge Ampeg fan (literally all I've used the past 8-10 years) but I'm interested in trying something different - some might say stick with what works, but I dig variety... and Orange gear is super rare among guitar/bass players on the circuit I work; so as trivial as it sounds, I like the idea of having something different and unique too. I like grit and grind. Low end but a lot of good wirey highs, and I use a lot of gain - and I know the Crush 100 is NOT a tube rig, but the reviews (youtube and the like) are appealing. I'm mainly looking for a combo that I can use for the majority of my gigs, which are small/medium clubs/bars - so something that can hold its own on stage in a club in front of, say, 100 people. PA support everytime, so it's not like I need to power the venue with my amp alone. But it needs to compete with a band (guitar/drums/keys) who all play at average (or slightly above average) volume. For comparisons' sake, lately i've been gigging an Ampeg PF500 and PF210. No issues volume-wise, but the PF210 cab is tuned super low I find, and the overall tone has become a little too dark for my tastes. I've got other rigs (including a V4B and SVT 212 AV) but sometimes smaller and lighter is a huge asset. Bottom line - for anyone who has one, will this hold it's own? It's at the higher end of my current budget. Other contenders are the V.2 Ampeg BA115 and maybe the Fender Rumble 200. Wattage is power - NOT volume, so I don't necessarily buy into the numbers right away.