I'm seriously considering going with 2/210 set up with my Ampeg B4r. At last nights gig my ampeg 610 cab combined with my carvin 210 was way too loud and boomy for the room I was playing. By the time I turned down low enough and reduced the bass frequencies enough to make it sound good out front, I couldn't hear myself playing and my drummer and guitar player were complaining they couldn't hear me. So I decided to unplug my 610 cab and crank the 210 which was still at shoulder level because it was sitting on top of my unpluged 610 cab. Man it sounded great! It was making my shirt flap in the breeze it was creating We could all hear it onstage but no more too loud and boomy out front.This is about the 4th time in the last couple of years I've done this with very satisfying results. This is really starting to make me rethink things. Why haul around a big huge cab when I'm not really using it to it's potential. I have a smaller set up 2 Bag End 15's but haven't really been able to get my sound the way I want it from them. So I'm thinking a couple of 210 cabs raised off the floor so the top cab is at shoulder level would be the way to go. This rig would be very portable and plenty loud enough for me to hear myself. If the two cabs were too loud I could always unplug one. If not loud enough or needed more low end I have PA support for that. The key would be getting the cabs raised up high enough so at least the top cab would be close to ear level. Any one else use a set up like this? Any suggestions on raising the cabs up higher? I just couldn't believe how much more I liked the way the band sounded and my bass sounded to me when I cranked that one 210 cab by itself. I probably was pushing it too hard so I figure 2 cabs would be better. Sorry this is such a long ramble , hope it made sense.