Valvestate Marshall and Framus or Bogner should not be used in the same post, and never in the same sentence. It's like Yugo and Porsche or Ferrari.
James, what kind of price range are you looking in? Can you pull the artist card and get better deals?
The Madison Divinity is supposed to be pretty killer, I haven't tried one but it seems to get good reviews, www.madisonspeakers.com
, definitely geared toward your type of music. The Peavey Penta looks cool, but may not have enough features or gain for you. Laney's are cool too, I had a GH50L for a while. What about the Genz Benz El Diablo? Moving up the price ladder gets you into the Mesa territory, personally, I don't like Rectos, I've heard them sound good on recordings, but they don't do it for me when I've played them. After that you are in the Engl, Soldano, Framus, Bogner, Budda, etc... range. The Superdrive 80 is a smokin' amp, again, don't know if it has enough features for you, but the tone is godly. The 45 sounds cool too with the KT66s and ss or tube rectifier.
Again, I'm saving my pennies for a Kasha when they come out. My old RM II is rockin' my world, and that's through a MosValve power amp. You might contact John and see what's up for the European market.