This is my first post. I have been reading everything I can find here on your great forum! I had been playing guitar for years but the need has arisen for a bass at church. In a different lifetime [early '70's] I played bass, and I wish I still had that B-15-N! Anyway, the application will be for a small stage, with an acoustic guitar, an electric guitar on a 22watt tube amp, piano, flutes, violins, sax, no drummer. 4 or 5 vocalists. I am on a low budget, but want the "best" sound and presence for my bass. But I can stretch it for a good speaker. I picture a strong undertone, no bass solo work. I know the best way to go is to get out and play everything I can, but it has been hard to get out to do that.....I like the concept and portability of a 210 cab, but I have been getting the feeling that the traditional 1x15 may be what I need to move enough air....... Now to the question. I have read everything I can about the Bag End cabs, and have a chance to put "dibs" on a S12-RD [I could not find anything about what the "R" stands for .....]. This looks like it may be better for what I want than an inexpensive 210 cab, and yet be far more portable than a 15. I won't be able to play it until Monday night, but will be bringing my own amp and bass for that. I had gotten a great price on a GK 250BL head in good shape. I like the sensitive EQ on this. I thought the 125 watts should be adequate, especially after reading about how a cab can help increase perceived volume over a 75 watt increase. If it is not, well that can be taken care of, and would be for a different thread. Should I at least consider the Bag End, or continue to look for a smallish sized 1x15 cab that likely would not in the same league?