I am looking for advice on an in-home cab for practice and tune learning. I have larger stuff for playing out, but am looking for something to play in my condo. I live on the third floor and often find myself working out new tunes at 11:00 p.m. or so and want something with some punch but that is also clear. The deal is that I like to have something that stays put in my house that is not a gigging/practice cab. I want something capable of loud volumes, but that also sounds good low. Whatever it is, it will be paired with a TH500. I have recently had an Aguilar DB112 filling this role, and while they are some of the best cabs that I have ever heard, at low volumes they don’t have the clarity that I am looking for. They are great for a gig. They get super loud and have a punch and growl like no other. At low volumes they sound “muffled” IMO. So the other day I picked up a Phil Jones 6t cab and while it was probably the clearest thing I have ever heard, it lacked that air moving fatness that I have grown accustom to using the aggie and genz stuff. The PJB also had its own unique tone that just doesn’t please my ears. I am thinking maybe a 210 cab, maybe something a little more modern sounding than the Aggie, but maybe another 112 with different voicing. Maybe an Acme 112 full range, a bergantino 112 or 210, I don’t know. What I don’t want is combo suggestions or suggestions of just what you play in your home without experience with other cabs. Thanks in advance.