I'm not sure about that. The RRP is really just meant to sit in a studio rack (as the name implies), it doesn't really have the I/O or switching schemes that would make it useful for a live rig baked in. A lot of the really nifty Recto features come from the switching and modes between the pre and power section aren't available on the RRP. Not to mention it's always been more expensive, being a more limited piece, and full Rectos have pretty much always been really cheap. Why buy an RRP to mate up to a 2:100, when a Dual is half the price, two thirds the weight, and won't need hundreds of dollars in outboard gear? If you need a rack mount solution, Racktos come up often enough and cheap enough.