Hey, I'm looking for an amp. I'd love to get a Princeton or a Blues Jr, but it'll be 95% for home playing. I've identified I need a) headphones out and b) the ability to play cranked at super low volume (obviously can turn volume up when possible but that won't be the case all the time). A few amps have jumped out - the Quilter 101 Reverb and the Blues Cube Hot. The Quilter seems awesome, people seem to really love it, and it's light, which is awesome. I'm in the UK so it's an expensive amp to get (£380/$500) new over here, then you have some sort of cab and ideally the Quilter one which doubles that price. The Blues Cube Hot also seems great tbh. As a combo it lacks the portability of the Quilter, and people seem to think it's good but not as good as the Quilter. But it's around £410 ($535) new so obviously a lot cheaper than the Quilter. Between the two, it's probably a head/heart thing. Would love the Quilter but am leaning towards the BCH because of the price and them being pretty similar, probably so my ears wouldn't notice the difference. Wondering if anyone had any thoughts firstly between these two and secondly if there are any other amps you could suggest looking at? As I said, I'd love a Princeton etc but I'm just not going to be able to use it properly so a valve amp seems out.