Was doing some random web browsing while watching my football team get pounded, I saw an MT-15 in stock that was only about an hour away. As the game got worse, I called the store and asked them to hold it so I didn't waste the drive time. They did and I went. Tested it briefly in the store and it sounded good enough to take home. They gave me a nice shiny CU24 to plug in but the cab was Crate with unknown speakers so I wasn't putting a lot of stock in anything. I think I've had it for about 3 weeks or so now. Did some playing at home through V30 loaded cab and it sounded great. Yes, the lead channel master volume is kinda touchy when trying to dial in bedroom volumes. I found throwing a Boss graphic EQ in the loop with it's dB slider all the way down made a world of difference on the taper of the master volume. A volume pedal probably works to help this as well. Most of the other details have been covered lots already in other threads. I decided to take it to band rehearsal after only a day a home to see how it would sound. Well, it never made it back home. It sounded fantastic in rehearsals over the last few weeks. The voicing is a little different than the Archon(my normal gigging amp), but similar enough. Maybe I could dial them in more similar, I haven't really tried. I just decided to dial in the MT15 where I thought everything sounded good which is where I left all the knobs set. It cuts through the mix well, I may even like it better in the band mix than the Archon?!? I do use an ISP decimator in the loop to quiet things down a little. It's quiet enough in a rock band setting on it's own, but I like to be able to go dead silent when not playing. My playing dynamics with the amp don't change with my setup and I don't hear any tonal difference. I roll off my neck pickup volume all the time to get a clean or crunchy tone. This amp does that every bit as well as the Archon. All that said, I decided to gig it Thanksgiving eve and it performed great. What's even better is it's nice and light. I honestly think this amp is tough to beat at what it does. I haven't even mentioned the great clean channel. I play it with the boost switch pulled out and it sounds great. I've always said the Archon was a great amp and priced awesome. I gotta say that the MT15 is equally as nice in a smaller, lighter, less expensive package. Bravo to Mark, Doug and PRS for getting this thing to the market. Great work.