I'm not having luck with google or the search function, so I'm posting up this thread. I'm looking for a small cab for low volume use (mainly living room playing, but possibly some mid volume jams if needed). I've found my 15/6 and my Mesa PH115 tend to be a bit brutish for the mission. I'm playing a Nash PB 63 and a Dingwall ABZ5 into a TecAmp Jag 900, and going all over the map from blues and jazz to industrial/metal, but tending toward classic rock. I'm also eagerly awaiting the new Mesa bass tube heads. I'm expecting a 112 or 210 might be the answer. I'm hoping to get that "pushed" feeling speakers get in the low end (compressed and sub-y oomph), without blowing my walls down. My PH 115 is a smaller box than the 15/6 and it gets a bit more of that vibe at low volumes (though I'm sure other factors are at work). Cabs I'm considering and aware of: 1 - I hear good things about the Baer ML112 at low volume, but it is a bit mid-forward for me (I'm sure I could EQ that out). 2 - EA Wizzy 12 M-line. Played one briefly in a shop and liked it with the Dingwall. 3 - Markbass 604 - had one for a few days (returned it). I liked the low volume punch, but it was a bit muffled in the articulation. 4- Mesa Scout 112. The Mesa shop is near me so I can demo it. I played it with a WA combo and liked it. 5 - Glasstone Lil G has lots of love from several TecAmp players. 6 - The Crazy 8 or even 88 seem intereting. 7 - The Fearless 210 seems interesting but pricey and untested. 8 - Ampeg SVT 210av seems liked and is cheap. Not sure if the tone is a one-trick pony though. Any that I'm missing in my consideration? Small footprint and low weight are a bonus, and so is cheap-ish (something like a Mesa 210 just strikes me as too big and bulky; almost the size of their 115).