Right tool for the job, could be better
I needed a small PA for an acoustic trio, and this one was on sale. I had some big Behringer PA speakers, so I know they make good stuff. This little PA sounds excellent for a room holding 100 or 150 people.
Two things I would change: 1.) the board fastens into a recess in one of the speakers with the knobs and switches facing OUT, where they can get damaged in transit. I can't believe anyone actually uses the PA with the board mounted sideways on one of the cabinets, so why not flip the board over and put the knobs inside, so they're protected? This would also solve the other problem: 2) The PA comes with an adapter so you can mount it on a standard mike stand, bit the adapter mounts to the board with two small screws that would be a real hassle to deal with in a gig situation (poor lighting, people moving around.) But if you leave it mounted on the board, you can't fasten the board into the storage space on the side of the speaker. Again: flip the darn thing around the other way.