I'm about to upgrade my rig. To give you a bit of background, my main rig used to be an Accugroove Tri-112, Bryston power amp and Millennia TD-1 preamp. While this was an incredible setup, it was a total pain in the ass to transport to gigs. I have since sold all those items (financial and practical reasons) and am currently left with my lowly (but really rather nice) PJB Briefcase. Anyway, I'm going to sell off some other gear and upgrade my rig. I'm interested in quality and portability. This new rig will need to cover everything from background gigs to large concerts and everything in-between. I will be using an AMT mic and probably Schertler Dyn-B, so I need an amp that can take these two outputs and deal with them in a convincing manner. As I said, I'm stricing for portability and convenience, so I'm not interested in any more equipment than a one box amplifier and a cab. I've narrowed down my search to either a Walter Woods Ultra or an AI Focus 2R. I know both would get the job done, but I would like people's opinion on what the differences are between the two. The WW would cost me around $3200, the AI would cost me around $1900, so there's a $1300 price difference. Let's assume I can afford both of them. Would I be paying the extra for something better, or just different? I owned an AI Clarus for a while (which I used with an EA Wizzy 112). What differences could I expect from the WW? Also, any suggestions for cabs? I'm thinking a Bergantino 112 is the way to go. I'll keep the PJB Briefcase, so that will be my mini, ultra convenient rig, when needed. With regards to my sound and bass - I have a large Bryant Gofriller copy. Really massive, bassy sound, and I'm a loud player. Wherever possible, I won't be playing at earsplitting levels, but I definitely need something loud and clear to rise above occasionally overzealous drummers - he he. I appear to have rambled on a bit, as usual. Looking forward to your responses... Douglas.