Chazz, what will be the size of the largest negative you will be using with that enlarger? I,m not sure what you mean by a "compact" enlarger. Your choice of focal length for the lens will determine if you can make an 11X14 enlargement on the baseboard. For example, a 50mm lens should allow 11X14's on the baseboard, from a 35mm negative, on most small and medium format enlargers being manufactured today. An 80mm lens would do the same with a 6X6 negative. I would stay with the Besseler and Omega brands for easy access to service, accessories, and replacement parts. The Saunders LPL enlargers are highly regarded, as are Durst, but accessories are not as easily available. There are many good small- format enlargers for sale in the used marketplace. Look for those name brands.