I was hanging out at BSD today and they had an IP310 on the floor, so I plugged it in with a Sadowsky outboard preamp up front and - man. I played a couple G&L basses through it, and the thing just kills. I noticed it seemed heavy in the low mids and bass without too much crisp top end. Then I realized the bass had the treble turned all the way down. After I put everything on the bass at noon I was blown away. It sounded real fat down low while maintaining very detailed highs up top. So I got done messing around with it and I grabbed a handle to check the heft of it. Unfortunately they had glued it to the floor. Or so it seemed. After playing Jim's AE and CN cabs for the last year or two, I had gotten too weak to lift a non-neo cab. Anyway, a couple ideas came to mind. I've been feeling guilty about putting that Flex Core preamp in my brand new UV70 (but not while playing it), and then I realized while playing that Sadowsky outboard through the IP310, I can just put the UV70/Pope in passive mode and run it to the outboard preamp to get that Sadowsky tone any time I want it. Then I got another idea. Jim, I know you're reading this, so I'm sure you know what's coming next. How about a CN310IP? I figure you could get it down to maybe 55 pounds, which even codgers like me could lift. I'd buy one, even if I had to go back to work for a while. So how about it? I'd even let you off the hook for that CN322 you're building for me.