I've been considering the shortcomings of my GK MB212-II, which do not get me wrong, is an excellent amp. In fact, it's really more amp than I need, and that's a good thing. But I have ID'd two things I don't like about it. First is the top rear placement of the controls. I would rather have the controls accessible from the front without having to go and bend over the whole thing to see and make adjustments. Second is that it's just a box that sits upright. I used to have a Behringer BXL1800, and one thing I really liked about it was that it could either sit upright or be kicked back and angled up like a monitor. To my ears, that improved the dispersion and gave me a much fuller impression of sound, as opposed to sitting upright and beaming across the floor. I could just get some sort of stand or ramp for my MB212 to sit on, but that would make the controls even more inaccessible. And I am playing much more for myself than others these days, so I don't care as much about projecting to a crowd. To that end, I am looking for an angled combo to possibly move in and replace my MB212, mostly for my own enjoyment. Options I know about: - Going back to the Behringer BXL series, which I'm pretty sure is out of production so I would have to buy used. The main thing keeping me from that is the rat fur, which doesn't stay clean and would end up being a scratching post for my cats. - The Ampeg BAv2 series, probably the 115 or 210. I have tried these a bit at my local GC and have a favorable impression of them. They can be angled (albeit by turning them sideways) or set upright, and have a good set of features for both home and stage use. - The Hartke KB12 and KB15, which are strictly kickbacks with no option to be set upright. They also aren't as fully featured as the Ampegs or Behringers. Does anyone else know of any other angled or kickback style amps I should look at, or have any other related recommendations? Thanks in advance for constructive input.