I never thought I'd be geeking out over a cart but here I am. I've had a Magnacart for years and and have moved giant piles of crap with it. It's super lightweight and compact and is just the thing for easy schleps. Lately it seems, my loads have gotten heavier and my load ins have gotten further. The shortcomings of the Magnacart become readily apparent. Heavier duty multi-carts typically have two modes: upright dolly and 4 wheel cart. Upright dolly mode is highly maneuverable but you have to support the weight of the load. 4 wheel cart mode is less maneuverable but all you have to do is push/pull. If you've ever moved loaded 55 gallon drums, you know they can easily be 800 pounds. Every drum dolly transports them in a 4 wheel tilted mode, the optimum position to maneuver those heavy sons-of-*******. One multi-cart that does that is the Gruv Gear V-Cart Solo. I play with a guitarist who has one and I've been coveting his. A blemished one came up on the Guitar Center site and along with a coupon, I got a decent deal! I finally got to use it today! Angel's Stadium in background As you can see, there's room for plenty more. You can even cram stuff on the bottom deck. It was super easy to maneuver between banquet tables and it's solidly built (rated to 500 pounds) unlike the Magnacart, which you have to baby. That comes at a price. The V-Cart is heavier and takes up a lot of room compared with the Magnacart. With an upright on my back, it was a way casual, single-trip load in. I'm looking forward to heavier, further schleps!