Hi everyone, So...I found this Workingman's Tower, and it's last year's model, so it's going for about $600 and Ihave to say I'm really getting addicted to it. The question I have relates to volume and sensitivity. According to SWR's website, the sensitivity of the Workingman's Tower is 93 db at 1w etc. etc. etc. This puts it below notoriously power hungry cabinets like the Acme low-B and low-B4. My question comes when comparing the Workingman's Tower to my current rig, which is an Eden WT-300 as a preamp into a QSC RMX1450 putting 450w a side into two 4ohm Eden cabinets, a 210XLT and a 212XLT. The sound is brilliant, but the question here is which will ultimately produce more clean volume. The Eden's have a really high sensitivity (103 for the 212 and 104 for the 210) so theoretically, they'd produce more volume at the same wattage, but there's also the question of number of speakers and surface area. If I sound confused and like I'm not entirely sure what I'm asking, you're right. The basic question here is whether I should grab the WM Tower and sell off one of my Edens then use the Tower for the larrger stuff and one of the Eden's for smaller stuff. What I'm looking for here is clean volume and I'm really nto sure what is ultimately responsible for volume and how that relates to sensitivity and wattage. Looking at surface area, an 8x10 will push more air than a 2x10 and a 2x12, right? OK...I'll try to make this simpler (as much for myself as for anyone slogging through this)...which do you think would be louder, the Eden rig, or the same head and power amp driving the WM Tower? Thanks much, J.