Before I get flamed, I DID use the search feature, and I found a lot of useful info, but I think my intended application is a bit unique, so I'm posting this in hopes of gaining some enlightenment. I currently use an Avatar SB112, which is OK, but I think it's time for a change. Normally I don't go for the Hi-Fi type of sound, and in fact I'm a staunch SansAmp user due to the fact that I like to control my tone coming out of the PA, which the SansAmp obviously allows. However, I recently acquired a 5-string electric upright, which doesn't work out so great with the Avatar - a bit too "colored". Last night I had the opportunity to play it through an SWR Redhead, and I immediately gained an appreciation for a more studio-like tone. The upright sounded great, but I'm still an old-school, tube-tone kinda guy on bass guitar. So here's my thinking: getting either a CXL-112 or a Wizzy would basically give me a pretty precise, monitor-like sound on stage (I use a Stewart WorldPower 1.2 for power, and just got a programmable BDDI). This way, I would get very close to the same sound on stage as would be coming out of the PA, and I could get a nice clean, Hi-Fi tone for the upright. Seems like a "best-of-both-worlds" solution to me. So, am I on the right track here? If so, would the Wizzy be suitable for the above scenario, or is it not accurate enough? I don't mind shelling out for the CXL-112 if necessary, but if the Wizzy would fit the bill I'd love the savings in weight as well as ducats. The gigs that I play are mainly small clubs, and there is always PA support, so crushing volume isn't a necessity. If you're still awake after reading all of that I'd appreciate your thoughts!