Edited 01/03/2005 : This amplifier is no longer listed. You shouldn't have hemmed and hawed. Do you have need or have a want for a lot of 2-channel power at a reasonable price? I mean a lot more than that wimpy 100-200 watts you're used to? Musician's Friend has this QSC SRA 3622 725 watt/channel for sale at $799, shipping included. The SRA 3622 is a consumerized version of QSC's popular PLX3402 professional power amplifier. List price is $2499. I don't know why it's being so heavily discounted; perhaps it's being discontinued? Anyway, $799 is signficantly less than even the normal discounted price for the PLX3402 (list $1638). SRA differences include styling, a much quieter fan and RCA and Dataport inputs. The 1/4" inputs of the PLX3402 are dropped. A point about the fan: it is supposed to be a much quieter fan but it also is a lower capacity one. This is justified because the amp is likely not to be run anywhere near as hard in the home as it would be in a professional installation. If you intend to run this amp hard into very low impedence loads, I suggest sticking with the PLX3402. I have read in other forums that the audio circuitry and power supplies of the SRA are virtually identical to its PLX equivalent, and some other parts have been upgraded. Were the changes and upgrades worth enough to justify the 3622's nearly $800 bump in list price over the PLX3402? I don't know, but now for just a bit more than that bump you can get the whole amplifier! The QSC SRA series also includes the lower rated 2422 and 1222 amplifiers. I don't know if these have been as heavily discounted as I could not find them for sale anywhere. Parts Express and ZZSounds, for instance, don't list the SRA series on their sites. Too bad as I might have wanted them for a tri-amp speaker project I've had in mind for umpteen years. If anyone can find the 2422 and 1222 at a similarly discounted price, I'd like to know. Don't worry about your speaker's power ratings! It's nearly always better to have too much power than not enough. Get two, bridge them and astound your friends and neighbors when they ask, "How much power do you have?"