I have been searching through this forum for days, and I am really amazed and impressed with the amount of information that I have found. Many of your posts have encouraged me to investigate avenues I never knew existed, and as a result, I have need for more information! Some of these topics have been dealt with before, but either in rather old threads, or not in context with the balance of my questions, so please bear with me if I am rehashing any old ground. After reading numerous posts about the Mesa Boogie Walkabout, I decided to order one (it hasn't arrived yet). Now, I am on the warpath for one, or more likely two, cab(s) to go with it. I'd like them to be fairly portable, but I'd consider something a little larger if it offered significant advantages over the smaller cab(s). I play electric (4 and 5) and upright, and the style ranges from jazz/swing to fairly heavy rock. Sonically, I like to cover the range of my instrument fairly evenly (I don't want to scoop the mids too much), but I do want plenty of low end. However, I want it all to be tight and articulate. This used to be a difficult task to handle for bass cabs, but it seems like some of the more recent products on the market are getting fairly good at this. I am open to any suggestions (and indeed, I am asking for them), but here are a couple of the possibilities that I have been bouncing around: 2 EA CXL-112's 2 Aguilar GS112's 1 CXL-112 and 1 GS112 1 GS 112 with an EA VL-110 or VL-108 1 or 2 Accugroove Tri 112's 1 Tri 112 with 1 Tri 110 1 Raezer's Edge Bass 12 with 1 RE Bass 10 I would certainly consider Epifani or Bergantino gear, and I am not ruling out the possibility of one 4 ohm cab. I haven't seen any posts on the Raezer's Edge Bass 10 and Bass 12, but they are very intriguing. I don't do much slap/pop, and normally I keep my tweeters pretty much off or set very low, so the lack of a tweeter doesn't really bother me. As I live in northwest Ohio, and there are not any high end bass stores in my immediate vicinity, I do not have the luxury of auditioning these cabs before I buy (which, of course, is the preferred method). Therefore, I am relying on feedback from fellow bass players such as yourselves. Thanks, Tom.