Does anyone beside me wonder why just about every major amp manufacturer doesn't use Class G designs in their amps? Most amps are A/B with varying bias in pure Class A. These new Outlaw/NHT 200 watt monoblocks go from A/B to G at 80 watts. So above 80 watts, you are listening to G. If Class G sounded better than A/B, wouldn't companies like Bryston, Aragon, Classe, etc implement it? Some of their amps retail $800-1000+ PER channel, so sound quality is key for survival of the fittest...yet none of their amps have Class G designs.