I have been reading way too many TB threads on Genz Benz. After viewing the Ed Friedland video, I am trying to sort thru the options ! I am looking for somthing easy and compact (like the 6.2 112 combo) that can do the occasional loud performance with PA support. And of course still kicks butt. I really like the 6.2 112 form factor and the Ed video really gets the GAS juices flowing. At first, I didn't think the new tube gain in the 6.2 would be all the useful until he pulled out jazz bass with old strings and went old school. I think the tube gain would be a nice to have. At the end he pulled out the 9.2 and the lows on that thing sounds even bigger. Anyone A/B the 6.2 and 9.2? I really don't have the extra cash for a 9.2 but I could hear an improvement on the video. Not sure how real that is in real life though. One perspective I have on the 6.2 vs. the 9.2 is that the 6.2 will go into the new multiband "3D" limiting sooner which is described as tubey. This might actually be an advantage to the 6.2 if the volumes are not super high and the tubey limiting is a nice sound. Anyone share this thought? And if matching the 6.2 to the 112 cab, it seems you could push the crap out of the whole setup and theoretically you shouldn't have to worry about frying the speakers. I kind of like that piece of mind espeically with the quality and customer service reports from GB. And then you have all the nicely priced old stock 9.0s out there. Before watching Ed's video, I was leaning that way but I am thinking that tube gain would be a nice feature along with the piece of mind that the 6.2 is matched to the 112 cabinet with a multiband limiter. Anyone have a strong argument for the 210 combo option (6.2-210). Presently I have three cabs (GK Neo 115-iii, Aggie GS112, Avatar B210 neo). And I like the 210 the least, but I realize I shouldn't swear off 210s because of not liking that one. But I am thinking about flipping the 210 and keeping the 115 or 112 for extension use with the 6.2-112. I can count on one hand the number of times a year I need two cabinets. But I like full tone which is what attracted me to the GK neo 115 which to me is a great stand alone. But I would love to pick up with one hand a combo that kicks butt. And lastly, I am thinking about trading the GK MB500 sounds for a go at GB. I have been playing this micro head for a few years now which I like but just don't love the sound of. I used to love the sound of my EBS head but I couldn't always get it to cut thru. The GK sounds good in a thunderous sort of way, but it just doesn't provide the articualte clarity I am hearing in my head. I am thinking the solid state GB may with the nice front end tube warmth is my next stop... We'll see. Thanks.