Yes, I agree Steve. I ran a Genz Benz rig years ago (Max 9.2 into an Uber 410), and ran my Genzler rig for 2 years, until GAS got the best of me and I had a short stint with a Berg setup (the B|Amp does NOT like North Dakota winters, but that’s another story). The Fender rig is awesome sounding, but it likes to be LOUD to really sound its best, and it’s big, heavy, and cumbersome to fit on smaller stages. What I loved about my Genzler setup is that is sounded great, no matter the volume it needed to be at, no matter the room, indoors or out. Never muddy, never boomy. Just consistently great tone. I’m taking one of my basses to Flatland tomorrow to spend a bit more time with the BA12-3 they have there, just to make certain I want the MG cabs over the Array cabs.