Here's the deal, I am going to be in the market for a new rig in the next few months. I have been looking deeply into both fEARful and Barefaced cabs but I really don't know which to choose. So I would really like to hear from owners of either or maybe even both. I will be getting a custom 5-string bass and more than likely drop tunng it. So I need something that can handle those deep lows. Though I don't know if I want to skip out on the highs just because of that? I play metal, mostly the heavier stuff so my bass will have some nice growl to it and Ineed somethin that can reproduce that. I also need to cut through two drop tuned guitars and drums. So here is the problem, the Barefaced and fEARful cabs are both priced pretty close with Barefaced seemingly a little cheaper shipped (I have no idea how this is poissible?) but will probably take longer to get here. They have cabs that seem pretty comparible and have counterparts from the opposing builders, however there are some differences in the choicesas well. Size is also an issue as anysingle cab over 37" may not fit in the trunk of my car. Weight is another issue which is why I am going custom built over other mass produced cabs so try to refrain from suggesting anything other than a fEARful or Barefaced. I will probably be using either the Genz Benz ShuttleMAX 12.2 or 9.2 as the head so I have around $1700-$1900 to spend on a cab or cabs right now. I can always add to it later but I need somthing to get me started. I was personally looking at these fEARful cabs. 12/6/1 12 Sub 15/6/1 15 Sub 1212/6/1 And these Barefaced cabs. Midget T Compact Big Baby T Big Sub Super Twelve T Big Twin T So with these choices and the choice between th GB ShuttleMAX 12.2/9.2 which combination should I go for? Should I add another cab later on? If so, which should I add? So please tell me bou your experiences, tell me what you have or have worked with and what other heads you have used or do use. What would you recommend for me? Any and all recommendations and opinions will be heavily taken into consideration and appreciated.