Bit of a dilemma here. Playing a "festival" of sorts that a friend puts on every year out on his parent's land out in a rural area. Should be lots of fun and an opportunity for our band to develop its audience. Just found out they're providing an Ampeg V4-BH and some sort of Ampeg 4x10 cab. I doubt the PA is worth running the bass rig through and I'm concerned that the 100 watt V4 isn't going to cut it outdoors (though I'm looking forward to checking it out). We're the "headlining" band, so it'd be fun to kick the bass up a notch for our set and melt some faces. We play a fairly rocking style of honky tonk and I usually go for a pretty full Fender J sound. Will the V4 cut it? I've recently been collecting a lot of amp gear, and could very easily bring along something to supplement or replace the ampeg rig: Bergantino HT210, HT310 Eden CX-210 (much lighter than the Berg stuff) EA Doubler (550 watt) SWR SM-400s (250x2 watt stereo, has crossover) Morley A/B/Y switcher Possibilities: 1) Just play the ampeg rig and stop whining. 2) Doubler through the ampeg speakers. Don't use the V4. 3) Stack the ampeg 4x10 on my Berg 2x10 and drive with the Doubler. 4) Run some sort of two amp rig using my stuff for volume but adding some tube tone with the ampeg rig. Probably not a good idea with two full range cabinets, I suppose. 5) Just bring my usual Bergantino Stack and Doubler and forget about the Ampeg rig. A good question is, however, do I want to be "that guy" who thinks he's too good to use the amp provided? That pretty much rules out #5. The 2.8 pound Doubler fits in my case with my pedal board and cables, so #2 is exceedingly easy. #3 doesn't seem to bad either. What would you do?