The right answer is to pick the one that sounds the best to you.
Otherwise just armchair quarterbacking here.
But maybe this will help a little: My main rig for the last 7 years or so has been an Ampeg BA210, which is the same as the BA115HP except mine has two 10" speakers instead of the one 15". Ampeg no longer makes this particular model.
I love the way it sounds, I love how small it is, I love the on board tuner (I don't use pedals and having that built in tuner is perfect...and it tracks quick and is very accurate just so you know), I love how it looks on stage -classic Ampeg.
I don't love the weight, I don't love how there is no level control or ground lift on the DI, although for the record I have asked numerous sound guys about it at our live shows and they say it's good level and quiet DI so I guess it's a non-issue.
I am neutral about the fact that the combo does not support an extension cab. Lots, and I mean LOTS, of folks on Talkbass years ago really blasted the Ampeg BA series for this.
Personally I don't care at all. I run into a PA 99.99 percent of the time, and play at a stage volume that is very sane. I do not want a combo that only puts out half power unless I lug a separate cabinet, if I want multiple pieces I'll buy a head/cab setup to begin with.
I primarily am looking for good tone at a reasonable volume from a small footprint, and that is what Ampeg BA series delivers.