Heya...just got home from another little tour and used the Neo 410 nearly every night (17 shows) so figured I would write up something about it. This is a very light cabinet, it's about 68lbs, front ported, and I have the 4ohm model...it also comes with castors. Guitar Center did it for $580 as it arrived brand new with a big dent in the grill, but just cosmetic...as I was going on the road I knew it would getting bashed anyhow, so it was all good. My main concern with this cabinet was power...it does not lack power. We play fairly loud and I'm up against a drummer who hits like a truck, and 2 guitarists going through a 412 and another with a 410, both pushing 50 tube watts. I used a GK MB500 and the gain never went above 7, and was usually at 6. About half the shows were PA supported, however we don't turn down when we are PA supported so I guess that doesn't matter. After working out some kinks (the contour knob on my head for one, f'ing useless)...I really like this cabinet and had several people approach me after the shows asking about it, saying how good the sound was. I really can't tell much about sound on stage, to me it always sounds OK/bad up there, but I've never been complimented about my sound before. Most people were psyched to see the little head, and couldn't believe it pushed 500 watts. I also play a Mexican Jazz Bass. Overall...I'm very happy with this cabinet and will continue to tour with it, as well as the head. You could probably do a deal where you could get a GK MB500 and Neo 410 for about $1100, and it weighs about 72lbs all up. Simply put the head in a laptop bag and add foam pieces and you have a very light, well priced, portable and very loud setup. The castors are big and go over bumps well, you can stack another cab on top and cut down another trip if there are no stairs, or put a couple merchandise bins on top if you don't have a handtruck. One last thing, GK sets their cabs to 'bi-amp' mode, make sure you switch it to 'full range' or your cabinet will sound like a muddy mess, as mine did, and you may risk damaging the cabinet unless you have a compatible GK head for 'bi-amp' mode. Hope this helps!