Don’t worry. They will stay the same for a bit and probably get better with new funding until Gibson closes the original location, fires everyone, and cheaps everything out, making it shit. They did it to Gibson guitar in the 1990s, Sonar, Tascam a few years ago, and just recently KRK
I hear from some in guitar amp manufacturing world that the new guys aren’t much improved over Henry, in their opinion. Grains of salt and such....
I toured Mesa once in the late 90’s, interesting place. First insight of the hell that is being a final line test employee in an amp factory!
From what I've seen they're almost exactly the same except that they lack a few of Henry's "eccentricities", such as the urge to purchase obviously failing companies. Instead they purchase perfectly good companies to ruin, rather like FMIC.
I, too got to tour Boogie, in the late '70s in my case. Randall helped me do a "Boogie MkI" mod to our Marshalls. He also showed me their tube testing rig that used strobe lights to determine which tube components move microphonically.