I need to come up with a way to get more volume out of my 'hack band' rig. My SWR Golight 210 is not cutting it by itself. This is for those venues - most of ours - where there is no FOH support. I'll use either an Aguilar TH500 or TC Electronic Classic 450. 4-string basses. Heavy on the classic rock covers, w/ a loud lead guitarist, 2 acoustic/electric guitars, drums, a 2nd percussionist, & a harmonica to deal with. My options right now: Add a 2nd inexpensive 210 (think Peavey, Hartke, maybe GK, or even Acoustic). With any of these, I'd run up against mis-matched cabs, so although volume is more important for me than tone, I don't want it to sound terrible. A shop near me has a used SWR Goliath III 210 for sale. My Golight 210 is also a III, so other than the Goliath weighing 15 or so lbs more, I don't know if I'd be running into the same mismatched situation as option #1. Haven't seen many used Golight 210s lately, and I'd rather not cough up the $$ for a new one. What I like about a 2 x 210 rig is I could stack them vertically for better dispersion (or so I've read). I guess the 3rd option is to just get a 410. Most of the inexpensive ones weigh more than I'd prefer. I see the GK Neo 410 has a reasonable weight, but I'm not really of fan of the GK 'sound'. And same as with the 210s, the inexpensive ones usually are 1/4" only, not speakon. Is there really much difference betw/ 2 vertically stacked 210s and a square 410? We have a gig tomorrow night, and a busy March ahead, so I don't really want to wait out for a used Golight 210. And I guess I could bring my Berg HD112 stack, but I'd rather keep those safe at home for these particular gigs. I'm leaning towards getting the used Goliath 210 III, but am open to suggestions. Thanks.