Getting ready to pull the trigger. What does everyone think of this rig?: GK 1001RB II - $600 (quote from Riks as of last week, shipping free) Avatar 210 and 115 Neo, both 8ohms - $556 total shipped. total cost: $1156, only $156 over my initial budget. Reasoning: I had the chance to test drive a 1001RB II this past weekend. I really dug the clarity of the tone. My preference tends strongly towards what most would term "sterile" or "dead". As I've stated before: "go hit the low B on a piano as hard as you can...I want to sound as close to this as possible. The 1001RB got pretty close driving an Ampeg 810 cab. The cab is out of the question though for cost and portability reasons. I looked at the GK cab offerings and like the RBH line a lot, but their power handling isn't enough to take the full 700 watts without going with a 410 and a 115. I really wanted to stick with a 210 and 115 sized cab combo, but that would mean scaling down to the 700RB II I want the extra power of the 1001RB (headroom, must have headroom!) but can't afford the cost or extra size of a GK 410 and 115 rig. However the Avatar cabs are speced to 900 watts and are cheaper. I'll miss out on the front panel biamping for the horn, but since I mainly play in the same rooms once I find the right level for the horn on the Avatars I should know right where to leave it, and since I never play with distortion of any kind I'm not worried about overdriving them trying to get grit in my low end (the main reason for biamping). When I have more money I'll consider getting a full GK cab setup for gigs, leaving the avatars at my drummer's house and just carting the head in between. But for now I think this seems like a great solution. Are there any flaws in my logic that pop out to anyone?