Hi all. I'm at the old fork in the road. I'm deciding between a larger gigging rig and a smaller gigging rig.... My current large setup(Heavy): CA9 > Eden Navigator > AccuGroove TRI210L My possible small setup(Light): Thunderfunk TBF550 > Schroeder 1210 At rehearsal I use my TRI210L and an old Sunn 2x15, needless to say, I'm easily heard. I don't see the need to haul the 15s around for gigs so I just don't do it, I figure 1 cab should do and I really shouldn't ever need a 2x15 to support me in the near indoor gigging future. Maybe for an outdoor show but I'd still rather not haul that thing around... even if it does sound amazing. I love my TRI210L. It is hands down the favorite compact cabinet I've played through. As much as I enjoy my sound with it... I'm not sure it is MY sound. It is almost too refined for my tastes. I'd like a cabinet that would jump out a little more and punch me in the face. I'm sure I could EQ with the Navigator but I've having a difficult time doing this. Maybe its the fact that I'm trying to get MY sound AND cut through 2 guitarists, a drummer and a keyboard. I have no problem getting MY sound at a good volume by myself. Maybe its just me doing a bad job EQing. Maybe its the cabinet(doubtful but am open to all suggestions ) On top of problems cutting through clearly/jumping out in the mix a bit more... I'd really like to lose a bit of weight. If I were to switch from my current rig to the one I have in mind I'd lose about half the weight (45lbs or so). Would it be worth it for me to lose the CA9 and Navigator for the TFB550, considering both weight and wattage loss? I'm sort of assuming that the TFB550 will be powerful enough for anything I'll ever need club/bar wise. If the 500 watts isn't good enough I would think that I'd be going through a good enough PA and would only have to worry about monitoring myself with my amp. Any suggestions or comments would be appreciated. Especially from owners of any of the gear mentioned, even if you don't own any of the gear I have or want please chime in. I'm all ears and appreciate all input.