In the current issue of Bass Player, the review for the new Trace Elliott 1048H cabinet does not have casters or even a place for casters because [according to Trace Elliott?] "ground decoupling reduces low=end response" How many TB'ers out there decouple their speaker cabinets from the floor or stage, either with an Aurelex GRAMMA pad, casters, or a stand? How many prefer to keep it on the floor? Why? I know in our tiny practice space, when I put my two 1x12s on the floor, the whole room, as well as my drummer's snare, vibrates a whole hell of a lot more. So mine is elevated on an OnStage stand in the practice room, for now anyway. I used to have a GRAMMA pad but it got stolen. Live is a different scenario, unless it's a hallow stage or boomy room, I have not had much reason to elevate, though I have not played many shows without the GRAMMA yet. Pretty sucky: My GRAMMA got stolen along with a crate practice amp, monster bass cable, furman power strip, and tape recorder It all happened while I was in the hospital too. Man that Trace AH500-7 SS head looks like a beaut...getting off track here...what do you guys prefer?