I've been looking at some different options for a rig, and the latest stuff I'm looking into is the Hartke. Originally drawn to the 2200, I'm wondering about stacking a 4.5XL on a 215BXL and using a 7000 to power it. (Original thought was get a 2200 and add a second 2200 if I needed it, and use a 7000 to be ready for that--also, it seems I can use the stack or just the 4.5 as needed and it costs roughly the same, maybe a little more for new, and maybe less if I find some used stuff) Features and specs look OK to me, and I know that I can do somewhat better in terms of more ruggedly-built products from other companies, separate components that are of higher quality (pre + power + better compressor + better EQ, etc) and so on, but all that starts adding up to a rack, and more expensive, and just basically getting out of control (When I want to keep it simple, I can just take the amp and the 4.5) It seems that the Hartke dealerships in my immediate area are pretty sparse (Dayton, OH), so finding these products all together in person is kind of tough. 5-string rock, pop, funk, country not many effects at this time but maybe in the future I tend to favor a bassy-er sound with present well-defined mids and some smooth top end sizzle I like a little bit of compression So, give me your thoughts! Have you heard this setup in action? Anything you noticed good/bad about it? I've heard a variety of Hartke gear (different pieces at different times, not the 215 yet--I plan to track it down somewhere, and I've heard other 15's, and 10's with a 15 combinations) Thanks!