As some of you might know, my (obsessive ) indecision regarding the purchase of a new amp found closure yesterday when I ordered the Mesa WalkAbout Scout 15" combo. This amp has a 10" down-firing passive radiator installed in the bottom of the cab, and I got to thinking...(usually a dangerous activity for me).... This unit only stands about knee-high, and to have more convenient access to the controls (not to mention being able to hear it better), I would like to have it elevated somewhat (maybe twice its height). I know that some players use a road case or something similar to elevate their amp, but I was wondering if one could design and construct an "unloaded" enclosure of some kind with the same footprint as the amp that would not only elevate the unit, but also act as a resonator that would that would enhance the projection of the sound. I seem to remember reading somewhere that the amp is designed to sit on the floor to get the best sound from the passive radiator, so maybe it wouldn't work. Any thoughts?