Guilty as charged. I try to be nice to the newbies, but I'm not so careful with the more obvious trolls.
I left out the part where I bought my first SS amp in the mid-60s and was so turned off with it that I sold it and ran right out and bought yet another Dyna ST70. ;-)
Early SS was just not that good.
In retrospect, my second pass at SS with a Heath AR15 was durable enough and had mostly OK sound, but it had some audible speaker interaction funnies due to the single-ended power supply and large coupling capacitor output stage. That particular receiver had defective electrolytic coupling caps throughout the low level audio circuits that all dried out and lost 90% of their capacitance within 3 years. Heath's highly complex stereo multiplex decoder was always a PITA and I replaced it with a MC 3311 (if memory serves) chip that ran circles around it and stayed adjusted as the day, week, month and years were long.
So it really wasn't pass 3 wth a Heath AR1500 in the mid 1970s that I had what could be truly called a good modern SS amp. Pretty good tuner too!