As usual, those guys posting those first few responses are giving good advice.
You have a high quality, well powered bar rig that's good for a couple hundred people.
I know a lot of bands who would be very happy with that system, and very happy playing to a couple hundred people.
I like a nice kick drum sound as much as the next guy, but I find that there is more to sound reinforcement than kick drum.
Thats about what I was intending it for is a bar/club rig for a couple hundred.Anything else we play that is larger(openers etc..)usually has sound companys hired.
My intent was basically a quality sounding "plug and play" system(and small 12 can light show)that could be used without needing a 220V distro as lots of club owners seem to not want an unlicensed electrician walking towards there service entrance with jumper cable clamps.
Ultimatly I'd like another set of 18's and pair of tops and more amps for larger gigs with more power.But thats for future tax checks and arguements with the wife over gear.lol