I've been racking my brain around this problem for awhile now, curious if you folks might know a good solution. I play in a LOUD rock band and we often lament having to haul a giant PA around just for vocals. We don't use monitors and we don't mic any amps, just a handful of vocal mics (and occasional keyboards). But, because we're so loud we need a beefy setup. Our current rig is a Mackie Onyx 1620i housed in an absurdly heavy rack case running a Crown XLS2000 to mains, which are big carpeted heavy (did I mention heavy?) 15"s. My question is, is there a way to build a rig that's equally as powerful that could be hauled by a single person in a small hatchback? None of the all-in-one units seem to be powerful enough, and once you get to mixers that can be rack mounted you lose the size advantage. So, with these requirements, what's the smallest PA rig you could build? 1) As powerful as a Crown XLS2000 2) At least 4 XLR in and a couple of aux inputs (iPod friendly) 3) Reverb 4) Stereo mains, 15" preferably 5) Able to be moved by a single person BUT mixer/power amp/etc all hooked up and ready to go. All I should have to do is plug in speakers and mics and ready to make some noise. Possible?