My current stage rig is DNA 800 or Genz Benz 9.2 Shuttle was head (depending on basses used) driving two Eden D2-10 Xlt vertically stacked. We play a lot of old Genesis songs including those requiring bass pedals ( nt signal altering devices but like organ) ala Mike Rutherford as in Foxtrot era albums. Although he used Moog Taurus, I use Roland PK5 bass pedals driven by Nlog program connected midi. The pedals take the bass notes equivalent to a five string bass - actually stops at low c. Basses sedate Ric 4003, Fender P, Ray CAFL 4. Keeley Compressor pre input. Also have a DNA 1-12N cab for small gigs that I love. I usually run the bass pedals through a separate amp driving an Eden D1-15xlt, but carrying three cabs and two heads is taxing. I'm in good shape but 56. No bass guitar pa support as we play smaller to medium size clubs - we get PA support in theaters and the bass pedals rattle the walls as intended. We do play loud. Last couple of gigs, I tried running the pedals through the 2, 2-10xlt stacks and I noticed one of the drivers creased, second partially. So I guess my attempts to only run my setup through the 2-2-10's is over excursion. I just learned about the Eden 1060 drivers tendency to crease. I also own and run the PA which is two RCF 745A 1-15"/2"horn. All this is getting to bulky and heavy, so my question for this esteemed group is: 1) Should I change over to the new Mesa Subway 1-15" ( one or two) handle both the basses and Roland PK5 and serve with the above heads a one rig for both? (sell the Eden cabs and buy Mesa 1-15's) 2) Just add another DNA 1-12N and run as in 1)? ($700) 3) Just add an 18" powered PA sub like the EV EKx 1-18sp at 72 lbs/on wheels and run the pedals and bass guitar (as well as kick drum) direct and use a cab for stage volume only. ( $800). Grateful for wisdom.