So, apparently I have to have at least 4 feet in cab height to Rock with tubes regardless of whether I go full svt vr or bug 1960. 4' of cab is not going to fit in my compact 2 door. I don't currently have trailer/truck/van for hauling, but when I do get another one, it's going to be a while before I can afford another amp, so I've been toying with the idea of building a case for my b15 head and building a couple of 215's that'll each be essentially two thiele cabs stuck together. I figure that since the b into my sunn d140f loaded 215 was loud enough for a rock drummer with restraint and a guitarist with a 50w marshall into a 112, and my sunn was at least shooting sound into my thighs rather than just my shins (Im kinda tall), then a vertical set of 4 beta 15a's powered by that b15 would possibly hold down with a pair of 50w 112/212 guitar doods and a heavy handed drummer in a medium club with vox/kick-only foh and would be shooting sound from as high as my shoulder down and, as such, should at least keep a level stage volume for medium-loud rock. I've already sketched up some cabs and see that the shortest that I could make the stack while having it have the appropriate volume per speaker is a few inches under 6'. I am a bit over 6' so I consider it a slight win in the not-looking-absolutely-ridiculous-onstage department. I'll have to do a mockup, but I think I might be able to tweak the dimensions to fit one in the trunk and one in the back seat. TlDr: 30 tube watts into a vertical column of 4 15" speakers- to those of you as crazy as me to try 2 215's in any configuration with less than 60w, is it loud enough to actually compare to a v4 cranked into a single 115? To those who read my last dumb thread and are maybe thinking "dude, you were just asking about 300w into a 212, now you're wanting to do a giant full stack with as little watts as possible?" Yeah. I'd like to keep my options open and my tone awesome. ...and I have a demented need to be different for the sake of being different.