I use a DRRI with a super II in the middle and it gets me pretty darn close. Especially on the lower end when I am strumming chords. Where it lacks is on the high end in the upper register. Still very nice but not that crystal clear glass-like tone we all love.
Another vote for a head + 1x12 cab. Two trips with medium loads is going to be less stressful than moving a single very heavy item.
Just got my '83 Super Champ gone over and recapped so it's finally available to use for small clubs and rehearsals at very heftable 29 lbs. I must be getting less picky about reverb because the short pan is sounding really nice and smooth to me. No Mid control but I'm finding that with Treble at about 6-7 and bass at about 4, a sweet balance is achieved. I don't use the Mid Boost. The 10" Fender-labeled Eminence is OK at bedroom levels or rough rehearsals, but I've modded the speaker wires with a plug end so I can go out to my E-120 1x12 (probably closer to 40lb.), which makes this 18 watts (2x 6V6) plenty loud and clear for a typical club stage... I used it in head/cab mode at Laurelthirst Public House the other night and it absolutely ripped up the room. It can be a lightweight head OR combo.