I got a nice tour of the Aguilar factory in NYC last Thursday. I was picking up a new DB359 because after a few weeks of use, mine developed a few unusual problems. Dave Boonshoft, Alex Aguilar and Rob Beale were all especially accommodating and took good care of me. The factory was very cool. Not very big at all but a very efficient and clean environment especially suited to building truly high quality hand made equipment. Besides the production area, Dave showed me his test room with more then a half-dozen quality basses where he tests each amp personally. In production, there is about six or so workbenches where the assembly people work. I got a nice birds-eye view of the inside of each amp. The hand soldering and neatness is exceptional. As a note for those patiently waiting for their new DB750s, the shipping department had a few being boxed up and on their way out the door. I guess they started shipping those last week. I was there for about an hour and they gave me a hat and tee shirt on my way out. All and all it was a fun time and best of all I walked out with my new DB359, which I used on a gig last night (with my Eden 210xlt). I love that amp. Any other factory tour stories out there?