I'm saving up for a SWR Workingman's RIG5 package (4004 head,410T package).It's going to be my first cab/head. It costs $1000,I'm getting a deal where I only have to pay $945-out the door to a local store.I called Guitar Center and asked what they're deal is,they said $899.99 for the amp.And $8.25 dollars tax for every 100 dollars I spend so out the door-its 974.00 (Somewhere around there...).I've got 725 bucks.Now,you know my situation.The real questions are: How much of a pain is hauling this cab going to be? Is their any type of house-hold item that I can lift to sort of get a feel on what it's like? How un-reliable are those "snap out handles"? I workout occasionally.Will this make a serious dent in how strenious this is going to be? When making cabs in general,Do they take concern of how the customer is going to get it through a doorway? If I were to take two of the "snap-in" casters that come with the 410,and put them in the back,and I got a good grip on the whole cab,could I sort of pull a "Ampeg classic 810" and tilt it and wheel it?