I've decided that due to health issues and tone unhappiness it's time to downsize my rig yet again. I mostly play rock dates (No real heavy stuff) with my band 3 to 8 times per month. My rig stays in the trailer between gigs and has covers. I've been running a Markbass CMD 102P (For sale if anyone is interested) and Traveler 102 extension cab (sold). This rig has had no problems keeping up with a fairly loud drummer and a guitarist with a half-stack. My main basses are a Carvin BK4 with passive J's and an active Fender Prophecy III mohogany neck through with EMG P/J and the BTC preamp. I guess that over the years I've become less enamored with the Markbass sound. To give you an idea of what I like, probably the best sounding cab I've ever owned is an Eden Nemesis N-210P. Deep and full, slightly old school. That being said, I've been looking at some alternatives on the 'net. Living in Upstate NY, my opportunity to try before buying without considerable travel is limited. Some of my requirements are: 1. Lightweight - I'd like to keep the cabinet(s) under 34 lbs., the weight of the Markbass Traveler 102P. The amp should be as lightweight as possible. 2. Tone - As above, the ability to go a bit deep and be a bit old school. Getting a killer slap tone is secondary, just a decent slap tone will suffice. 3. Volume - I need it to keep up with the band when I'm not in the PA. 4. Reasonably priced - I can afford pretty much anything, but I'd like to avoid boutique prices if I can. I'd like to order from an online retailer with a liberal return policy. 5. Availability of covers - I like to take care of my stuff. Here is what I'm looking at so far: 1. Genz-Benz Streamliner 900 and (2) Focus 112T cabs. Saw Ed Friedland demo these online and thought they sounded killer. A bit worried about blowing the cabs as they are rated at only 200 watts each. 2. Gallien-Krueger MB Series Head and (2) Neo 112-II cabinets. They are so many rave reviews about these cabinets that I can't ignore them. I think the MB Fusion 500 or 800 or just the MB500 or 800 would run them just fine. 3. Gallien Krueger - any of the above heads with (2) MBE 115-II cabinets. I'd say mix the 115 with the 210, but I'd get lynched for that here. 4. Fender - Rumble 350 Head and (2) Rumble 112 cabinets (or a 2 x 8 in place of one of the 12s). I really liked the demo I saw online. I'm not sure how the cabs would hold up and it's been hard to get an opinion from anyone using them here. Please send any opinion you have. I'd like to move on this. I would consider mixing and matching amps and cabs and other brands. Thanks in advance.