I joined TB several years ago, but as luck would have it, I ended up with a 2nd shift job that I had to work Friday and Saturday nights. I mothballed my gear and except for a few pick-up gigs, stopped playing. Starting in January I get to move to the day shift! For years I gigged a Cerwin-Vega BG 250 head and B36 cab. I rarely had FOH support, so I had to provide all the bass. Room filling bass and fantastic outdoors. I also got a Super Redhead that I would biamp sometimes with the CV. I drove vans for the obvious reason. These days, like a lot of us, I don't feel like lugging all that heavy stuff around anymore. So I get to spend some of the money I sacrificed for on a new rig! Obviously, weight and portability are prime considerations. I also want something that can give me a warm deep tone in a small to medium size room, and get punchy when called for. I will probably keep the B36 for bigger rooms and outside gigs. I plan to build a variable crossover so it can act as a sub with my new cab. Maybe an attenuator for the top cab just to even things out. The crossover and attenuator will go in the B36. Lots of space to mount stuff. What would be a good amp choice? I like the class D weight if the performance is there. What is a good full range, lightweight cabinet for what I described? I would like to be able to play a 200 seat club without carting the big cab. What crossover point would you recommend for the sub, with the cabinet you like? No idea what kind of music I'll be playing. There's everything around here. I'm open to anything that sounds good, and I can get along with the other players.