I've been struggling with getting a good live set up. I've had an SVT 4 Pro with an HLF 4x10 cab, a fender rumble 100 combo, an 80s peavey head, a carvin 2x10, unknown 1x18, eden wt550, and markbass lmiii. It's a pain lugging it all around and it's more tricky with mismatched things than with a combo (ie blowing a cab easily by overpowering it). I really want to downsize to a combo because it will be much more portable and everything was made to work together and it would just be more simple all around. I've just been afraid because we have a very loud guitarist and a very loud drummer. I've been experimenting with the rumble 100 lately and it was almost cranked all the way in a fairly small place and I couldn't hear myself too well. BUT the GK is known for being loud, its got 2 12" speakers and a lot more wattage than the rumble so I was thinking maybe that would be able to hold it's own. But as a back up maybe I could get an Eden WTDI then if I do ever run short on volume I could use my amp as a monitor and then run direct to make up for it? Do you guys see any issues with that? I would just hate myself if I came up short one gig and needed a stack. This plan seems like it would work to me, but I figure if it would, why isn't everyone doing it? Why have a stack at all? I would need to sell my current gear to get the GK combo and wtdi, so it would suck to do that and then regret it and have to build a stack again, so give me some input! Another thing is I love Eden tone so I could use it to get the sound I want through the GK.