I'll get to the high end when I have proper pics. On the low end, I have a bunch of small/practice amps that I've put to work in different ways, mostly through my Mackie Onyx 1220i mixer. (For the money, really good pres and interface, btw). I use a pair of Fender Frontman 10Gs as low quality monitor/PAs in my music room. I'm looking at some proper replacements, but for right now, free > $300. I also have a pair of Marshall MG 10" combos that I use with my Trio+ for the bass/drum 'stereo' output. (I did a video once where I installed an external speaker jack in one, so one I have going through a 1x12 V30 for a little more thump.) I also have a Champion 20 that I've fiddled with and a Mustang I V.2 for fiddling in the family room. It's no Katana, but it's small and has a lot of upside. I used to want to get rid of these kinds of amp, but I find they can be really useful, especially when in a pinch. Also, I learned a lesson (prompted by Phil McKnight)--if you keep buying and selling something, you should keep it next time, because it's a sign that it's useful sometimes, and it costs to much to keep replacing the same thing.