DrBGoode's post on blowout Vox 10" speakers got me thinking about speaker sizes in general... And I've come to the conclusion that, at least for home and recording purposes, a 10" speaker is the perfect size. If I could have one of three tube amps in my house (of reasonable price), it would absolutely be the Vox AC10C1, Fender Bassbreaker 007, or VHT Special 6. All 1x10 combos. In fact, of those three, my experiences have been that I like them more (at sub-earbleed volumes) than the Vox AC15C1, Fender Bassbreaker 15, and VHT Special 6 Ultra - all bigger 1x12 combos. Two of my favorite modelers, the Fender Super Champ X2 and the Vox Valvetronix VT40X, are also 1x10 combos. Heck, I actually like the way my guitars sound through my little 15w 1x10 bass combo - it's particularly responsive to what the DOD Gunslinger does to the midrange. I'm glad I ended up with the Katana 100, especially for live use - on stage, it's just phenomenal. And even at home, if I can get the master volume up and some air moving, it sounds great. But maybe that's what turns me off of 12" speakers in general - they always seem thin and airy at conversation volume, at least to me. A 10" just seems to provide a more punchy, defined clean and crunch tone at lower volumes. Anybody else agree? Disagree? Think I'm nuts? Got a 10" combo they love? Hate? Just wondering if I'm the only one who thinks this?