I really do. I'm extremely surprised, but in a way... not surprised.
Not surprised because Mesa/Boogie just have *that* reputation, and are constantly touted as some of the world's greatest amps.
Surprised because despite never owning one, and only having limited play time/in-the-room time with them, I know their sound (or thought I did) and never really thought it was for me.
I've always been more the Peavey side of things - more of that raw, gritty, punch-you-in-the-chest sort of thing. I adore anything 5150 related (LOVE my 6534+), but there's a... I don't know, I can't quite find the word... I guess a "purity" that comes with the Mesa that I haven't experienced before.
The versatility factor is ridiculous too. It's about 7 different amps in one depending on your settings and channel, I've barely even begun to experiment! I haven't even tried switching to 'spongy' yet! WHAT DOES IT DO!?
Anyway, thought I'd just share my experience as it is an entirely new one for me. The 6534 got me excited, but it still feels like old territory, only improved. But the Recto is completely foreign, and I'm just loving the exploration right now.