Well - in the meantime - you guys keep buying up six clones and having them break at random intervals with random issues. That plan sounds like a winner!
Then perhaps plan on buying a new fleet every three to five years because the cheap electronics they use, that they found in the bargain of the month bin, aren't worth replacing the entire guts of the amps with.
I have owned and been disappointed with cheap noname electronics in the past and they've always been a headache. Think about the rash of junk no name HDTVs that die and are thrown away after 3 years. What makes you think that amp will be different? I'd be different if I knew a single person who bought a clone amp and didn't have a problem. I've met, in person, three people who have bought clone amps and EACH has had trouble. (HuskerOmaha, Gorilla83, Popalock). Even if you guys praise them - I'll sound out on some rational sense here. You visit the clone thread and there are guys saying nearly daily that their clone amp bellied up or arrived DOA - and this isn't some miniscule scewed representation percentage of a mass populace who is buying them. Heck the average pro audio and home audio enthusiast doesn't even know these amps exist. Pretty much the guys posting in that very thread are the vast majority of the consumers. The trainwreck you see in that thread is indiciative of a TERRIBLE failure rate which would force a recall on any legitimate peice of electronics.
For the guys who buy the Crown, Crest, Peavy, Yamaha, LG, amps etc ---- they'll still be using them in 20 years, and there are options among these reliable amps like the Cerwin Vega CV5000 or Crown XLS-5000 that aren't prohibitively expensive either --- around $600-$700ish for 5k watts. Why do I think they'll last so long? Look at ebay or craigslist and see just how many 1980's pro amps are out there that the ad says they still work fine, been dj'ing with them for 20 years or they've been used in a church or theater for 20 years, and the business has shut down - etc. How many of those clone amps do you think will still be running in 20 years? Any? I don't know how long the Behringer INuke amps will last in comparison - but Behringer is at least a known and increasingly respected international brand and they do have a solid 3 year warranty, and their existing INuke amps have a solid track record so far. I haven't read of a single failure on a INuke amp yet.
don't get mad - i'm just laying down some sense... I also wish you all the best who have bought them --- I hope they DO last 20 years --- just reading the tea leaves suggests it ain't gonna happen.