Here's my situation: I'm in two bands at the moment. Both rehearse in the same building, the rooms are basically just a few meters apart. RoomI is the rockband. We don't play out much, this is more a recreational thing. In this room I keep two Aguilar GS212 cabs and a Markbass LMII head. The band is loud and the room is essentially a bass trap. One 212 cab is not enough there. RoomII is where the reggae band practices. We play out a lot. In the room there is a Trace Elliot 410 + 115 stack of another bassist which I'm forced to use since there is no room for more cabs. I play them with my Aguilar TH500. RoomIII is my livingroom. I don't need a lot of volume there. I was on a quest to find the smallest, bestest, lightest cab that can handle a low B at room temperature and found the barefaced one10 to be the fulfillment of my sonic dreams. I use it with an 18W tube guitar head. When I play the odd acoustic and/or coffeehousegig, I bring the Tonehammer and the one10. That is, however, not possible when I play with the reggae band. I tried that and found that, after I had dialed out most of the bass and compensated by boosting the lower mids, the cab was lacking just a bit of volume to suffice. In the reggaeband we use IEM and the drummer plays electric, so I don't need that much on stage. I usually brought one of the aguilars, which often carried the house instead of the FOH. Both guitars in the band have had some serious downsizing and these guys now play heads that can go down to 5W through a single 12" cab. The Drummer just had his IEMs molded and bought a buttshaker, so we don't need to bring that huge ass drum monitor tower he's used until now. So the bass rig needs to shrink, too - and having bought a barefaced cab once, I am kind of hooked. The possibilities as I see them are: 1) Sell the one10 and buy a barefaced Super Compact. This is just a bit bigger than the one10 and will suffice as a home cab just as well, plus be able to handle the lows better. Will it bring the lows of a 6 string with the EQ set to dubby, huge lows on stage as well as my 212 does? 2) Get another one10. With the cloth grille and the Tonehammer, this would make a super sexy tiny fullstack. But will this do? It's super hard to guess for me. I know that when I had my first GS212 and waited for the second to arrive, I could barely hear myself and there was a serious lack of bass in the room. When the second one came, those were problems of the past. 3) Sell off everything and buy something else entirely. Maybe get rid of the aggies and replace them with two10s? I don't like the idea of 12 ohm cabs, though. . .