What I have now Markbass 151HR 8 ohms 1x15 in. 1" compression driver with custom horn 400W 52.9 lbs 23.4 wide x 23.8 high x 18.9 deep What I dont like Footprint size is kind of big (I have a small house 2 kids) Loud enough to gig with but no extra Feel like I need an additional cab sometimes for sound quality and volume What I like Weight (for a large 15 cab) Construction well built IMO Sound (Good on a gig, OK in the bedroom) Budget $600-700 to play with. I will probably sell the 151HR once I have something else. I dont want to factor that in. My amp is the GK1001rbii. Option 1 LDS 15--6.5--tweeter cab 3015LF + 6ND410 + horn Around 50 lbs 600 watts 30" tall x 20" wide x 16" deep. $620 plus $40 shipping 8ohm Blk tolex Pros I am positive this is gig worthy and loud enough. Should sound better than the 151HR. Cons Not much lighter. Not much smaller though footprint is better. Option 2 LDS 12--6.5--tweeter cab 3012LF + 6nd410 + horn About 35lbs 600 watts? 24 tall x 16.5 wide x 15.3 deep $600 plus $30 shipping 8ohm Blk tolex Pros Should sound better than the 151HR due to mid range driver. Lighter, more portable to rehearsals. Smaller footprint. Cons Is it gig worthy on its own? Enough volume? Dont know for sure. Could add a 12 sub underneath later but that is another $500. Option 3 Avatar Qty 2 B210 Neo (2) Eminence Deltalite speakers + Foster high frequency compression horn tweeter approx 44 lbs ea 500 watts 18 tall x 24.5 wide x 16.5 deep $359 plus $30 shipping (each) 8 ohm Blk tolex Pros Probably will sound better than the 151HR due to more speakers. Lighter, more portable to take to rehearsals or small gigs (take 1). Smaller footprint (vertical stack). Cons Not hi-fi like the cabs with the mid range.