I'm thinking about downsizing and selling off some of my gear. I currently own a Kemper, an original block letter 5150, the EVH 5150 III, a Mesa 2x12, and a Mesa 4x12. I've lived in apartments for the last 3 years of my life, which means I can't be extremely loud... but that doesn't really matter to me anymore since getting a Kemper. I use it instead of the amps a good 90% of the time now. This has led me to thinking about selling off the 5150 and 4x12, but I'd still like to keep one tube head and a 2x12 around to play for fun every now and then and to make new profiles with... It would be nice to keep the original 5150 too, because I like its more raw and aggressive sound, especially for 6 string music, but I think I can make do with only the 5150 III, as I prefer the tighter sound of it for the more low tuned 7/8 string stuff I play. So, I'm leaning towards just keeping the 5150 III and 2x12. With that said, I tend to crank the presence on the 5150 III to get the aggression I want out of it, and I've heard the 50w version is significantly brighter. I've also heard the clean channel on the 50w version has much more clean headroom, and I like very clean sounds with no breakup. So, I'm thinking about replacing the 100w version with the 50w version to complete the downsizing and just keep around a nice 50w 5150 III + Mesa 2x12 mini rig for playing enjoyment & profile making (and portability). Any downsides to this? Has anyone else here ditched the 100w EVH for the 50w? It seems like there's not a huge price difference between them nowadays on the used market. I think I originally payed $1300ish for my used 100w. It looks like they sell for about $1000-$1100 used now, and it seems like the 50w versions don't sell for much under $800 used now, probably due to high demand. From what I've heard, I think the 50w would probably be more suited to my situation, but not sure if it's worth the hassle with the relatively small used market value difference.