Yes, I bought a new rack. With as much as I've invested in my guitar gear the past few years, I really wanted to protect it. I've been really worried about my rack being knocked off my speaker cab lately, so I felt it was time to move to a larger rack that sits on the ground.
I wanted something on wheels, preferrably 8 space, and strong. I don't want a shock rack because with wheels they start at 10 and 12 spaces, and they're just too big and bulky, roughly the size of my bassist's 4x10. This rack is small, low to the ground, and built like a tank. Plus it's carpeted, which is a big plus IMO. I miss using my old carpeted rack.
Here's the page for the model I bought:
Odyssey Innovative Designs - DJ cases, Flight cases, Road cases, Lighting DJ bags and DJ racks
When it arrived, I thought they had shipped me the wrong rack, as it didn't appear to have any wheels. They wheels were actually packed inside the rack, mounted to the rack like an amp. The wheels aren't cheapies either like on Marshall cabs, these things are big and rugged just like the ones on the Mesa 4x12s. It only took me about 15 minutes to install the wheels, and the rack looks and moves great. So I think my rig is done for awhile.
Here's some rig pics from our rehearsal pad. I left a space above and below the power amp for ventilation. Arizona is hot, so are tubes, and our rehearsal pad's A/C sucks
Full rig, 3/4 stack:
I only really use the 2x12 with the rig at rehearsal. It's more at ear level and it's easier to hear. Live, I only cart around the 4x12. We have banners up in front of the amps anyway on stage, so there's no reason to play with more than that.