I've got an Ampeg B-2R and BSE-410HLF. First I had an SVT-410HE, and almost immediately I traded in to get the 4 ohms from the BSE, but still I'm finding it somewhat disappointing. It'll do for now, but just to plan for the future, I'm trying to set an amp goal. I love the sound of the B-2R, but the volume is lacking and the lows are weaker than I would like. I'm hoping some of this is due to the spectacularly shameful acoustics of my drummer's practice space, but I havent had a chance to play anywhere better with it yet. Also I had a Gallien-Krueger rig before this that broke repeatedly, my 115 broke, my 210 broke, my 800rb broke, not my fault, I was told I basically have really, really bad luck. So I want something DURABLE, invincible even, and I would prefer solid-state. I'm in a punk band, I play with a pick and such, I dont use any effects or anything, I dont need lots of fancy features, I just want something RELIABLE, DURABLE, and LOUD. Amps and cabinets. And price is not a big issue, but I'd aim for less than $2000. All ideas are welcome!