The search has started for a new amp and the TC RH750 is one of the top contenders. I have read through the threads here, read reviews elsewhere, watched youtube videos etc. I like a lot of the features on the amp but it seems like the TC craze was a fad that most people are getting over now. None of what I've read really tells you why they're not what they were at this time last year. Is there something about them that I should be wary of or is it a fair contender in the $1000 range? Let me explain the things I (in theory) like about it and you guys can tell me if I'm on the right track or not. First and foremost I like the 3 channel memory, as a general rule I bring 3 basses to each gig; 1 passive P special, 1 active 4 string, and an active 5 string. They each have their place in the type of music we play and I like the idea of having a preset for each bass so I just plug in hit the switch and go with the tone I'm looking for. The reason behind different basses is looking for different tone on different songs so this is really a huge consideration for me. Second the built in compressor, I have never had a compressor nor played through one but it's on the shopping list so it saves me a trip. Third the tube tone seems like a neat idea, the youtube videos I've seen don't really do the greatest job showing it off but from what I have seen it seems like I could add just the right amount of warmth while still keeping my modern sound (we play a lot of 70's rock with a somewhat punky edge to it). Like I said the 3 memory banks is way way up there on my list of priorities but I think I could get close to that with a sansamp BDDI (3 channel) paired with another amp. So now the ball's in your court. Tell me am I on the right track looking at the RH750 or is there another setup that would put me in a better place? I'm coming from an Ashdown Mag300 if it makes a difference. Current cabinets are 4x10 & 1x15 but with the RH750 eventually hoping for 2-4x10 & 2x12.