I have an Eden Metro that I use for rehearsals and gigging. I don't mind the weight since I almost always have access to elevators if I'm playing off the first floor. For gigs, I also have the XLT-115 I put under it. Unfortunately I seem to have a problem with either too much boom without definition, or no matter how much I try, when I try to remove some of that boom, it then becomes too compressed with less punch than I want to hear. I have the compression completely off the amp. I do frequently hear from band members, that they'd like to hear more punch and low end. I tend to agree. I was thinking of keeping my Metro and changing my extension cab. I want lots of colon-loosening punch with a deep funky low end, but that can be heard with some degree of clarity. It may sound like I am controdicting myself, but to sum it up in four words: "Meaty Punch with clarity" is what I'm looking for. I've done the obligatory search, but am confused about which extension cabs would best fit what I'm looking for. Here are some considerations and incidentals about my situation: 1. I don't care how heavy the extension cab is as long as it has wheels if it's a killer. 2. It can't be any larger than my current XLT-115 (no 610 cabs). 3. I play indoor and outdoor gigs. Would a 210 or 212 be enough if the bass rig is an important part of my sound? The PA we use is good (and I go direct into it as well from the back of my Metro), but not enough to be the main bass amp/cab in a small outdoor venue. Do I need something like a 410 to add to the 210 in the Metro for this kind of thing? 4. Do I go with XLT or XST and what are the advantages and disadvantages of either with the Metro? 5. I'm more of a pocket player, not a soloist, who likes to through in a few lines every once in a while. It would be nice to have them heard. 6. (If this makes any difference) I play a fretless Roscoe 5 string and a fretted Peavy Cirrus 5. I may upgrade the Cirrus to a F Bass, CB Bass or another Roscoe in the future. 7. I'd prefer it to be an Eden. I'm a bit OCD about it asthetically matching. OK... it's stupid, I know, but it's who I am. Thank you in advance for your input.