Last Saturday night was my third gig using my LMII/AE112/HS210 setup. The first two gigs were at bars in which our band was set up in a corner and on the floor. Saturday's gig was in a larger, more open and square room which holds about 150 people and we were set up on stage. It was billed as a "blues jam night", but we were one of two feature bands invited to play a one hour set. Because it was a jam night, sound checks were on the fly, so it was very difficult to balance everything out, but overall it was a successful evening. I bumped into one of my buddies who attended the gig who made mention that he would have liked to hear "a bit more top end" from the bass. He went on to say that it wasn't muddy or boomy, but he felt that it could be a "bit clearer". Fellow basists in the audience, my bandmates, and other friends thought the sound was great. So it could be just he's just picky, but it got me thinking since I'm still learning and experimenting with my rig. Based on the advice of some TBer's here (when I first put the rig together) I have the AE112 on the bottom with the tweeter off. The have the HS210 stacked vertically on top with the tweeter set flat. My LMII is set flat across the board with the the VPF set around 10:00 o'clock. I personally love the tone with these settings. However, if I wanted or had a need to "fine tune" the top end, would I first look at; 1) EQ adjustments on the head and leave the tweeters as is. 2) Leave the head alone and adjust the tweeter on the 210 only. 3) Add in the tweeter on the AE112. 4) Combination of any of the above. Or maybe the general questions are; 1) To what degree do tweeter settings on your cabs have on tone versus EQ settings on your head? 2) Given that different venues have different tonal qualities, and taking PA support out of the equation, what do you look to first to fine tune your tone for a given room? Thanks in advance.