I've seen Adrian talking about this, and I don't think it worked out quite the way he wanted, but...the older I get and the more I gig, the more I want to streamline my setup. So far, I've mounted the AMT on my bass (along with the Full Circle), mounted the AMT pre on the bottom of my gig stool, and had both of my regular speaker cabs (VL 108 and 208) fitted with stand-mount plates. All of this is great, but I hate to admit that I still kinda dread putting it all together at the gig every time, and I've forgotten and/or left cables behind enough times that it's an annoyance. Sooo... I'm getting ready to get a Focus 2R to use with the VL208, and I'll still have the old Focus 2 to use with the 108. Since I won't have to switch back and forth anymore, I thought it might be nice to simply make a combo amp out of each head and speaker...one for loud gigs, and one for quieter ones. What suggestions can anyone offer about the best ways to do this? My first concern is that the speakon jacks might get bent of broken if I leave the head plugged into the cab. Is there such a thing as a 90 degree speakon cable for the back of the speaker? If so, I could probably just duct tape the cable to the back of the amp plate. Then I'd need a method of attaching the head to the cab in such a way that it wouldn't come off, but that wouldn't damage the head. Ideas? Any other ideas about how to make a homemade combo like this more "plug 'n play"?