As I'moving from Rock&Pop towards Jazz&Fusion w/ some occasional R&B/Soul gigs, playing fingerstyle all the way (some slaps not excluded), I'm contemplating about switching from 4x10 (2) to 2x12 + 2x10 (4 Ohms each), for a different appropriate sound as well as smaller dimensions to carry around. Aggie just happened to be first choice for me, although a friend of mine who sells them (Epis too) as a dealer & bass player stated that the GS210 stand-alone wouldn't be his choice for smaller gigs which I'd often come across, due to lacking the lows in comparison to the Epi T-210. Ok, you can always dial in more of it with your active EQ or/and preamp, but in his opinion the same combination resp. single Epi cab would be a lot more effective, punchier... any experience in that way ? Bergantino & Avatar is not really available in Europe, so out of reach.... My amp gear: Aggie DB659 + QSC RMX850 BTW: should I go for dual channel (4 Ohms into each cab) or bridged Mono (4 Ohms into parallel wired cabs, 8 Ohms each) with the QSC? I heard bridged mono is top of the notch, but the cabs would differ in volume due to different power consumption (eg. 600W vs. 350W with the Aggies..) Thx a lot for helpful comments & experiences!