Okay, I posted before that my EBS 210 combo isn't loud enough for some of my gigs (though I love the tone). Unfortunately, it's a 4ohm combo, so I need a powered speaker to make it louder. Trying to buy used, good value gear. I play a 4-string fretted and fretless in hoiday, and I've got the following options in front of me: I have the EBS combo (resale = ~$650) and about $500 cash. 1. Try and beef up the combo with a powered cab. I've been dissuaded from biamping by John at bassalone, who believes it's more trouble than it's worth. That means I've gotta buy a cab and an amp -- at this point, it seems like I might as well go with separates and sell the EBS. 2. Local guy has an Ampeg SVT3-pro and HLF410 classic cab he'll sell me for $750 or $800. This seems like a great deal, and I could get a smaller cab (112-ish) for small gigs. I'm worried the rig might be too dark, though -- I like a more SWR-ish tone based on playing the head at guitarcenter. It seems to have a very flexible eq, though -- anyone with experience? 3. I've got a line on an Acme b-2 for $335 shipped. I'd need another $700 to put the rig togeher (used QSC, RBI) 4. Avatar 210 + CB115, plus the QSC, RBI rig.