So here soon I will be upgrading my bass rig a bit. I still have the same gear I got when I started playing 8 (or so) years ago, a Peavey TKO 115 and Peavey Millenium 4. I may have an opportunity to snag a Hartke HA3500 and a Hartke Transient Attack 410 cab for $300 (maybe less if I can talk the guy down a bit), but $300 seems a very fair price to me, pending condition (I havent seen pics yet either). I've done a little research online and as far as I know (feel free to correct me here) the cab has aluminum cone drivers. I've grown to be kindof weary of the aluminum ones just from hearing bad stories about them blowing easily and whatnot. I've never used them myself so I don't know. 'Tis why I'm here asking the oh-so-knowledgeable talkbassers. Also the specs on the amp say 350 watts at 4 ohms and 250 at 8. I havent been able to find the power handling for the transient attack cab, but the ad on craigslist says the cab is 200 watts. wouldn't that be too much power for the cab if that's the case? I feel like there was something else I wanted to ask, but at the moment I can't remember what so that'll be it for now, Thanks!