Alright, I don't intend on starting a Behringer arguement post here, but whatever. I own the Behringer V-Amp guitar head that just recently came out. At $200, it is insanely priced. In all honesty, if it were priced at $600 I still would've been interested in buying it. First let me talk about the physical quality. This thing weighs so much, it's built like a tank. I really wish it didn't weight as much as it does, but oh well. It has something like 16 LED's around each knob, so as you turn the knobs the led's just light up and thats how you save presets. It puts out 120w mono (but only to 4 ohms) or 60w to two channels, in STEREO at 8 ohms. The only weird thing about it is how the master volume control knob is weighted. Most masters on almost everything will max out half way or maybe 3/4, on this head , the real power doesnt even really start pushing until about 3/4. Apparently all of behringers master's are weighted this way, a friend says a eurodesk mixer he used is similar. I don't know, its just not something i'm used to. Ok, getting to recording with this thing, it has a full range of inputs and outputs. The coolest thing with this head, is you can set it up so that you can monitor distorted guitar, but at the same time through other outputs, you can record a clean sound. I know for myself, this is awesome. Getting a good distortion sound is often a difficult task. You can mic up cabs, do whatever you want, but it's always hard to get a distortion sound that fits. With something like this I can record and then mess around with different types of distortion, cool stuff. Thats about it, it's quite a good peice of equipment.