Hey, everybody. It's been a really long time since I've been in the market for a bass rig, but after borrowing stuff for a while I think it's time to take the plunge again. I've already picked the head. After trying a bunch of mid to budget priced Class D things I went back to my first love and bought a GK 400RB. I play a P Bass with rounds. It's high time I changed them, but I tend to like em' pretty dead. I also run an "always on" compressor. I play in a three piece (guitar/bass/drums) indie rawk band with a pretty average hitting drummer. The guitar player uses a Fender Vibrolux (2x10, 35ish watts). Stage volumes are pretty modest and the venues we play tend to be on the smaller side. Usually I'll get a DI at the clubs, so the cab is mainly about stage monitoring and adding some tonal sauce. Hoping to find something smaller/lighter than the Carvin 4x10 I've been borrowing that can still get the job done. small, but not comically so light-ish (let's say under 60 pounds) front ported (my practice space is tiny so chances are it will be slammed up against a wall) more on the old school sounding end of the spectrum. I like midrange not too expensive - I'd like to keep it around $500 used understated looking (not glaringly modern or trying too hard to look retro) efficient. It would be great to be able to run it with my old 50W Bassman head for certain situations. Of the things I've tried so far a Bag End D12-D has been my favorite sound-wise, but it would be nice if it were like 20 pounds lighter. I'm not opposed to high frequency drivers, but I tend to keep them low or completely off. Thanks in advance for any suggestions.