YES!!! I'm a shameless fanboy for my TC112AF, but it's overkill for some of my gigs. Not just in the sense of the size and power handling, but that it's too rich and "electric" sounding in the low end, Something a little drier/tighter/more woody sounding down low, but still with that awesomely smooth, flat midrange and treble response (and killer dispersion) would be brilliant. The places I would use it: - acoustic-electric, "coffee house" singer-songwriter gigs - amplifying my electric bass for unmic'ed acoustic folk and jazz - playing for shut-ins at nursing and group homes - bedroom practice - house concerts Half the power handling of my TC, would be ample. Half the size would not be unwelcome, either. On the subject of dispersion; I've been using a little sealed automotive subwoofer cab for those types of gigs. I loaded it with an Eminence 10 I had kicking around the shop (an Alpha or Beta, I forget which). It has an angled baffle, with the driver slanted up at about a 35 degree angle from horizontal. The aggressive kickback angle accomplishes a couple of things: I hear myself really well, and it gives a nice diffuse, 3D sound field with less "room boom". I was getting asked to turn down on occasion with the TC, but not with this little guy. Still, I miss the smooth, refined sound of my TC.