Hi, I am realizing that in order for my Ampeg PF-800 to be at its best for my purposes (loud, clean, and relatively bottom-mid heavy), I'm probably going to need to abandon the idea of keeping the head in one of the relatively measly Ampeg flip-top cabs. I also don't want to set the amp loose on top of a cab, so I was thinking of crafting a head cabinet for it. But it has occurred to me that I could use this opportunity to build myself a fairly modest rack assembly too. I am totally new to rack mounting, but it seems like a good approach. I am thinking power conditioner, tuner, graphic e.q., and my amp. Do you think I'm I going overboard with any of this for a basic rack system, e.g. the power conditioner? I assume the graphic e.q. would go into the effects loop of my amp. Is that correct? I'm looking at a Korg Pitchblack rack tuner, a Furman M-8x2 power conditioner, and a dbx 131s e.q. (mono 31-band). That said, I don't know crap about any of that stuff; for example, is that even the right kind of e.q. to use in a musical instrument rack, or is it more of a P.A. thing.? Any help you could give would be most, er...helpful. Thanks. P.S. One more note: I would love to make the rack case myself, based on the modern Portaflex look, instead of getting one of those plastic ones.