Yes, for those of you familiar with the saga, I've finally fixed my 2:100. FOr those not familiar, I bought it from Jason via sevenstring.org about 2.5 years ago. I had been "functionally adjusted" by UPS, resulting in a complete set of busted power tubes, four knackered control pots and (scarily) extremely bent rack ears.
I got it back from fixing yesterday, which cost me £100 on top of the 240v to 110v converter and full set of JJ tubes I'd bought when I first got it. But, everything is fixed, even the rack ears are straight. Sounds like there might still be a few tiny shardes of busted tube glass rattling about it in, but I doubt those will ever come out. So, today was poweramp testing day. As well as the Mesa I've got a Peavey Classic 60/60 that I got in the trade for my Jackson, which I'd not had a chance to try out since.
The Peavey's good, but the Mesa is amazing. You can just hear it's based on the Rectifier power section, and it's the first time the "Recto" patch on my GNX4 has actually sounded like a Rectifier. At 200W it'd shift some serious air hooked up to a wall of 4x12's too. If it wasn't 110v, I'd be tempted to keep it and sling a Recto Recording Preamp in front of it.