I already own an AER Compact 60/3 that I bought from Shoreline. It's powerful, portable, and makes my D-28 sound like a choir of angels. Too bad it can't make my singing voice better, but it's not the amp's fault! The remarkable thing about the Compact 60 is the dispersion. I have it about 8" off the ground, and I'm amazed at how well I was able to hear my bandmate's guitar through a crowd of about 60 people.
I bought the second one to allow me to play in stereo with a stereo chorus. I even used it with a Mackie mixer, and the Compact 60/3 works great as a powered speaker.
Oddly, (and not a fault of Shoreline) my second Compact 60/3 came with a carry bag that was noticeably less padded than the first one.
But I bought the amp for the sound, not the bag. I couldn't be happier with my purchase!