Well, I've sold off a bunch of my amps/cabs, but I still have a selection to choose from. Here's the deal - playing at a wedding reception for 200 people (indoors). We will be micing the drums with probably 2 mics. Not micing the guitar cab. Bass will not be through PA. Playing classic rock songs, and typical cover band songs (Brown Eyed Girl, etc). Here's my rig choices: 1. Eden Nemesis 2x10 combo w/2x12 ext cab. Pros: combo is plug & play - zero setup time. Also both cabs are relatively light and easy for one person to carry/lift/etc. Drawback is that with the extension cab plugged in, the amp runs at 8 ohms, and output is probably 120-140 watts? (it's 200 watts at 4 ohms) It can get loud, but... loud enough? 2. Eden Nemesis 2x10 combo w/ Nemesis 4x10 combo. Daisy chaining 2 combo amps together and stacking them for a 6x10 total config. Each amp is 200 watts. The combos are lightweight, and easy to carry/setup/etc. Pushing 400 watts, this setup should be plenty loud enough. 3. Genz Benz Shuttle 3.0 head through a custom 5.3 ohm 6x8 cabinet. The head is lightweight, and easy to set up. The cab is about 100 pounds. Output from the shuttle is rated at 300 watts at 4 ohms, but I will be running it at over 5 ohms, so a bit less. 4. BBE Pre / QSC RMX1450 through two custom cabs (10x8 total). This is my "ultimate rig". The QSC pumps out about 600 watts into a stack of ten 8" speakers (4x8 and a 6x8 cab - all speakers getting equal share of wattage). The vertical stack provides great wide angle dispersion to cover the entire room, and the wattage provides enough headroom to not push everything too hard. The drawbacks are the heavy weights of the cabs (60 and 100 pounds), and the heavy weights of the TWO rack cases holding this setup (split into two so I could carry each - but still the heavier one is over 50 pounds). The other drawback is setup time - I need to rewire the racks every time I move them. So there are my 4 choices! I have 75 minutes for the band to set up (I'm always recruited to help carry over half of the drum gear in while the drummer sets up - a good 30 minutes of my time before my car is even touched), mic the drums (myself, no soundguy/FOH person), and sound check before we start expecting guests to arrive. And the event is on the top floor of a hotel. (elevators, long walking distances from the car to the "stage" - there's not really a stage of course.) I'm leaning towards option #2 for the biggest bang for the buck (lightweight & easy to set up, yet still powerful/loud). What do you think???