I'm junior studying electrical engineering at Purdue University. The time has come for me to start proposing senior project ideas. We have to design and build some electronic device of reasonable complexity from the ground up, with lots of documentation along the way. One of my ideas is to make a true micro amp. The idea would be to fit at least 100W into a package maybe an 1.5"tall x 3" x 4". The real kicker would be that it would have no onboard controls! The amp would be specifically designed to work with the J-retro preamp in my Lakland. The amp itself would most likely have nothing but a mini-toggle for mute. So, the basic idea would be a tiny black box, small enough to fit in your bass case, with not much more than an input and an output. Don't get your hopes up about this happening any time soon though. I'm just in the thinking out loud stage, and I have to propose at least 3 projects. Thoughts?