For the first time, I was able to plug my FBB into a friend's Trace AH150SM (7-band) + 1153 rig. The cabinet didn't do much for me--I know what 15s sound like and I don't like 'em--but that head is killer! Just setting everything flat, with the mid-shift and graphic EQ deactivated, producgeted a snarl that my WT-300 just can't reproduce. I didn't even begin to tinker with the compressor and graphic EQ. The tone balance knob is pretty useful, too. Anyhow, Musicians' Friend is blowing out their Trace stock right now in anticipation of Gibson starting Trace production in Nashville. I can get an AH300-12 that would definitely fill my needs for only $699 plus shipping, but I'd have to sell my WT-300. While I'd miss the Traveler's portability and versatility--the EQ is ridiculously powerful--the built-in non-bypassable compressor is a real tone killer when dealing with a big B. Should I do it? I'd have to get a temporary advance from my folks, but I could definitely get $500 for my WT-300 (it's been taken care of very well) and cover the balance with my next paycheck.