Perhaps you could help me a hand over here. I bit of a story, so thanks for reading anyway. The last few years I've been playing with the Bag End 4.10' box and although the sound really pleases me, it's also darn heavy. Fortunately this is the 'shallow/undeep' version, which is really only about 35 cm in depth, but due to the construction and the high-grade materials it's really a bulky thing. I didn't turn my back into a hernia-thing, but a bit handier would be very nice. Every time I have to ask someone to help me around with it and we've even got a 'carrierthing' (don't know the word in english at the moment, sorry).. so that we don't have to use our muscles and backs too much. The dilemma is this one... pro's: sound...(ok, and looks ) con's are: weight and the portability. It also seems to lack a bit of punch, like the audience doesn't hear the bass in the back of the venture. It isn't even that enormous by the way, but to cope with it I just manage to solve the grand 'carryingpuzzle' to put it in the back of the car everytime I need it. Not perfect, let's say. So I began thinking... I'm quite broke, so the deal should be selling the Bag End, and purchasing a 'new' (combination of) speaker ( s). Would be a pair of GS112's do the job, only one GS212... or anything else? I read someone on TB liked one GS210 and one GS112 very much... perhaps an option? It's only needed on stage (monitor)... the rest of the PA will handle the job for the audience. Also I just bought one of the best basses in the world... it's made by Andre vd End, a very well-known dutch builder, respected by his experience and a truly REAL vintage vibe. It is said by many pro's over here that he's even better then 'almost the most famous bassbuilder from the USA'... ( I don't want to make enemies over here you know.. ) so I kinda 'need' a bit more a vintage sound. The Aguilar speakers would do the job very well I think... but I'm open to other options. So what suggestion would you make? I'm playing a T-Max Peavey (350W at 4 ohms or 550W at 2 ohms) by the way. Guys... what a typing-job!