I currently have a NAD intergrated amp, rated at 50pch. I'm getting Energy Veritas 2.1 bookshelves and I want to later upgrade my amp. I'm Canadian and I'm guilty of liking Canadian made products. I've heard Bryston stuff before, the B60 intergrated amp and a 9B SST in stereo. Many things account for me liking Bryston. I suppose its the fact that they stand behind their product with a 20yr warrenty that really puts a smile on my face. When so many manufactures are shying away from warrenty, Bryston makes you feel like a lifetime partner. And therefore, I want a Bryston. To me its a Porsche. That car you've always wanted regardless of what else is out there. I've been looking at the used market. I've found the Bryston 3B ST as low as $1200.00 (3yrs old, balance of the warrenty) and I could couple that with my NAD intergrated and use the NAD as a pre. My question is I wonder what I could get a Bryston B60 intergrated used for or a 2B amp for used? The 2B and B60 are rated much lower at 60 watts, but I have a feeling it would be more then enough for the rather tame Veritas. I could at a later date use the B60/2B as a power amp for rear speakers if I so choosed. I guess my question is how big is the difference in sound quality from a B60 to a 3B ST? And what could I expect to pay for a used B60 or 2B amp? I just recently picked up an issue of HiFi Choice magazine and they used the Bryston B60 intergrated with a couple of PMC FB1 Floor standing speakers, and they had little problems driving the speaker. A NAIM cd player was the source. I was wondering if I could save some more dough, yet not lose as much sound quality because of the Bookshelve size and the sensitvity of the Veritas.