I recently picked up a couple of new cabs, an Epifani T-112 and T-110UL, and now I am wondering about various ways to stack them. The straightforward way would be to stack them on top of each other in their intended orientation, like this: However, with the handles being on top of the cabinets, the handle on the T-110UL interferes with placing my Walkabout head on top, as the Walkabout does not have feet (and wouldn't fit into its gig back if I added feet to it). This can cause scratches on the bottom of my Walkabout (unless I use a towel between the two, which I do) and does not make for a very stable head. Brett at Epifani suggested that I screw some rubber furniture feet onto the top of the T-110UL to rest the Walkabout on, and this may be the ticket if I stick with the "normal" orientation. However, another possibility is stacking each cabinet on its end, like the photo below. This has the advantage of getting the cabs up higher (and closer to my ears), and gives me a nice place to set my Walkabout. I suppose that there might be a little reduced low end from less floor coupling. Also, the ports are now going to be aligned differently relative to the floor. To me, I also seem to hear a little less focus to the mids in this vertical orientation, though I wonder if that is my ears playing tricks on me. Yet another stacking option would be to have the T-112 on its side, and the T-110UL on top in the "normal" orientation. While the T-112 is about as tall as the T-110UL is wide, the two do not stack perfectly in this arrangement and the corners do not lock. I don't have a photo of this arrangement, but to me it doesn't look as nice as the other two options, partly because the Epifani badges are not oriented the same way (though I suppose I could always change that). I know that this is somewhat of a trivial topic, but I have been wracking my brain over it, and thought that I would solicit some input from you wise men (and women?). Any thoughts, comments, suggestions are appreciated. Thanks, Tom.