OK, I need a crate of some sort. Not anything from Crate, the manufacturer, but something to get my cabs up off the floor a bit. I use an Eden WT-330 amp through 2 Aguilar GS112 cabs (330 watts at 4 ohms) plus a Boss GEB-7 Equalizer pedal. I used to have an Ampeg 4x10 cab which made for a nice little stack with an Aggie GS112 and the Eden on top of it. Plus the wheel casters were nice. But I sold the Ampeg in favor of another Aggie for more power and because it just barely did not fit in the trunk of my Corolla. So now I have two great 112s but they're kind of low to the ground. A local bass guru told me the most important piece of equipment is a $5.00 crate from Target to keep your cabs off the floor. I was wondering if I should go that route (it would have to support about 100 lbs between the two Aggies and the Eden head...not TOO much but probably too much for a cheap plastic crate) or find an "amp stand." I was looking around Musician's Friend and Ebay for "amp stands" and found some interesting results but most of those things look like they're designed to hold combos...not two Aguilar GS112s. I don't really want them angled too much (if at all) because of pure physics (the Eden would slide off.) But I definitely want to be elevated, maybe a foot or so off the ground...anyone want to build me a moveable box with wheels that doubles as a storage bin for my cords, pedals, etc..?