Up front: I know bupkis about amps. Really. I had an little mid '60's Gretch tremolo about 30 yrs ago and all I ever did was turn it on/off. Messed around with the trem occasionally. Gave it away 15 yrs ago. Been almost totally acoustic since then (if I sat in electric, it was usually on Bass with somebody else's equipment). Now I'm enjoying the Strat and learning the ropes. I'm currently dinking around with the Vox Amplug2 (one "Blues", one "Classic Rock") and although they're pretty cool and work pretty good, the controls are impossibly tiny. I need a "real" amp. Yah, I know. These "what should I buy?" threads usually get filled with subjective and silly commentary. I'm ok with that. My needs: Affordable (under ~$200). Versatile...but efficient. IOW, I want reverb...but a zillion effects? I'll never use 'em. Small. Probably never get out of the music room. 20W max. A head unit would be fine. Primary use with Headphones. Speaker optional. Aux in. I can see me playing with jam tracks. To tube or not to tube? Face it, I'm an old fart with bad hearing. Call me "nuance challenged". Cheese free, please. I'd like something solid, with some weight. Guitar: HSS strat. Style: 50's and 60's rock, Blues, Surf, etc. I've been kicking around the Orange Crush 20RT, various Vox, Fender, etc. I do like the Orange "Micro Terror" head...but it gots no reverb. Add a reverb pedal and I'm over my $$$ limit (which is really not all that firm but I'd like to keep it to a single unit). Anything I'm missing? Obviously open to suggestions. I have no brand preferences. I'm not capable of discriminating between "Brit" and "American" amp sound (yet!).