First of all, thank you to everyone who answered my questions about adding a cab to my 210 or running direct out to a PA. I have decided that the best option for me is to keep the 210 combo as a practice/small gig amp and buy something larger for "real" gigs. The PA is not an option for me right now so I am on my own to come up with something I can use that will be bigger than my MB-210 Carvin combo. Our band consists of 4 guitars (3 electric, one acoustic with a PU), drums, and bass. PA is dedicated to vocals (800W). Guitarists are running a mixture of 30-65W guitar amps. I am primarily thinking that a 500W head and 410 cab would be the way to go, it seems the most popular, but open to other suggestions. This band primarily focuses on Country Western and Southern Rock. I need to buy something that will push through 4 guitars, and I need something that won't fart out at low frequencies when turned up. Both my basses are passive pickups. Plus, I have the "unfortunate" budget. I need to stay in the "hundreds" of dollars versus the "thousands" of dollars. I don't need, nor do I want, a lot of features. The simpler, the better, with good speaker quality. Solid state works for me. I'm not very tech-saavy, and honestly all the effects I need and use are contained in my overdrive and chorus pedals. I just need something solid and powerful, as well as reliable. I've been doing some online research and checking out other player's rigs to see what I might like. And I've found there's a whole bunch of guys using 210's or 410's with a 115 (even though that seems to be a big no-no on here?). Actually my favorite local blues guy uses a 210/115 combo with a Markbass head, is sounds really good. My first preference is Carvin because I absolutely love my 210, but I'm open to suggestions about what you people might think would be a good setup. Thanks so much for the input. I get one shot to do this so I'm trying to get as much information as I can. We have a tentative booking for October and I'll need it by then so I have to move fairly soon on whatever I buy.