Previously: AI clarus --> Wizzy10 Now: WW old green light --> a 15 (or two!) FC, sometimes an AMT if i'm feeling not so lazy. I love the walter woods. I really do; and I miss the Clarus, but I have no regrets. Now, if the Walter craps out, that's another story! Everything UncleToad had reported about his experience comp/ctrsting WW to AI was right on the mark. WW is def a colored amp, while the clarus was true to the acoustic beauty of the instrument. The company name, AcousticImage, is def true to itself. However, I've had some good luck thus far with running the AMT mic through the woods. It adds a bit of "eu natural" to the woods color, which is big and dark. lots of of lo-mid push. i love it. And the power rating on the woods seems really conservative. It cranks. Cabs: A few months ago, I was loving the wizzy10. I still do. It's great and the shlep is heaven. But after many months of gigging, I found it lacking in the low end and sometimes just wasn't loud enough. It def projects and is fantastic. I may go back to it. Jury's still out I guess. So, I was recently asked if i had a PA system by this singer who I was doing a one night stint with. I said sure, and brought my old SVT with two 15s, which, I think sound great with vocals in the 2nd channel. Turns out she DID bring her own PA, and here I had just schlepped all this gear! Sooo, I put my 15s on either side of the drums, plugged in my old german bass with FC p/u and it was HEAVEN! Those low Fs and Es rumbled so pleasantly. The drummer told me it was the best sound he'd ever heard from a bass (he's a little wet behind the ears, but a good drummer; anyway that's what he said.) There's some kind of magic in that 100lb. amp. I tell ya. Now, the 15s are a pain in the butt. they sound great, but they are another trip to the car. ugh. So, despite all that's been posted, I'm waiting on an epifani PS 112. We'll see how that works out. In the meantime, I have a special weekend ahead of me. I'm playing with the drummer Eric Harland on Sat night, and Sun night opening for the guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel. It's going to be the WW and a 15. I'll report back next week. Oh, and I also got a good WW story if anyone's interested.