Hi everyone, newbie here. I recently bought a Peavey TNT 115. I absolutely love it except for one issue. The manufacturer cut a hole in the front of the amp (on the metal grid) to insert the logo that lights up in blue. Personally, I don't like it but the rest of the amp, features, and cost were ideal for my current situation. I got it home and the logo keeps falling out. Has anyone else had this issue and if so, how did you fix? I ask because when it falls it will hang by the wires on the side and possibly rub the speaker. I took it back to the local music shop where I got it and they took care of me and did a swap. My gripe isn't with the shop, it's with Peavey. They are using doublesided tape on the flange to keep the logo unit in place. I would think this is too heavy and the new one will have the same issue over time. If it does, I'm just going to superglue it to the grid. I don't care if the light burns out. I want to be felt and not seen ... that's the lead's perogative. Anyways, just wondering if anyone has experienced this yet. It almost seems like the engineers at Peavey finished a killer amp and then someone from the market dept. walked by and said ... "oh, but we need our logo on the front."