Which do you think is more important...being able to crank a tube amp to its highest usable clean volume, or having more cabs? I've been using my 64 B-15N with an extension cab onstage in a stack, and the guys in my band and I all love the sound. But I can't help thinking that its mic'ed sound, even though it still sounds great, sounds better in the PA when I can open it up and crank it to its full juice before distortion. When I use a single cab, I can crank it up to its full juice, but it sounds quite a bit thinner onstage. When I use two cabs, I can only use half of its whopping 25 watts, but the sound onstage is incredible. It looks like I can only choose one. My band's got some ass to it but we're not loud onstage, and cranking the full stack isn't going to be an option. So which would be more important to you...getting the full juice from the head and sounding great in the PA while sacrificing stage sound, or getting the incredible stage sound while sounding very good but not great in the PA? BTW, I'm also interested in others' opinions as well.