I want to replace my current cab, and have pretty much narrowed down my choice to either a Berg CN212 or a Baer ML112. If I went with the Baer, I would start out with one, and consider adding a second cab later, if I am happy with the first one, and see how much one covers my current gigs. The schlep factor isn't that important. Looking to stay lighter weight, so either would be great. I never have to carry them too far, I don't mind making more trips between my car and the gig site, and I have band members to help. The lighter weight is helpful mainly in getting them from my house to the car on my own! I realize one CN 212 will go much louder then one ML112, from reading the threads. Most of my gigs these days are not high volume; smaller clubs where I can't turn up that terrible loud....even if I wanted to . Basically playing in classic rock, country, blues cover band. We don't even mike the drummer most of the time, and the PA is vocals only. So one ML112 might be fine. I wouldn't mind getting another ultimately, if needed sometimes- I'd be happy leaving one where we practice, and another at home then! There is no where that I can audition either one in my area, so I'll have to just order one in the end. So the main question comes down to tone. Currently I am mainly using a Steamliner 900, although I could change that in the future or add another amp if I wanted. Sounds like the STM900 would match up fairly well with these cabs though. So- looking for opinions especially from anyone who owns, or has experience with both of these. Or if you have tried either one of them, and didn't like them and went on to something else, I'd love to hear why you felt that way, and what else you replaced them with. Thanks!