Well I've just spent several hours here on TB looking up threads about Accugroove Tri210L cabs and read many interesting things. The Tri210L does not seem to be as popular as some of the others like the Jr. or EW which I have currently. I recently made a trade for my TFB550 + some cash for the cab. I was going to try one locally but this great deal fell directly into my lap. I prefer my WWU over the TF so ... I decided to give it up. I have a feeling that somewhere down the road I might revisit this fine amp though. The main reason for aquiring the Tri210L is for small/medium gigs where my EW is to difficult to move by myself. Normally I always have help with my main gig so it's not a problem. Really though, the EW is managble by itself, I just run into problems with stairs when alone etc. I tried the Tri112L recently and liked it very much, but it didn't seem to have quite enough for a small-single-solution. I'm hoping the 210 with the extra punchiness and heft (bigger box and more drivers) will be the small/medium size answer. Everyone raves as to how light it is and does not seem to weigh the posted 57#. I can handle that with great ease. I now for sure I will be impressed when I use the DB750 but I'm unsure how well the WWU will perform with this cab. I like the WWU so much but after using the 750 it's zipped up in the gig bag lately... I really need a small rig though and the WWU/Tri210L should be really good. BIG QUESTION: While-st I'm waiting for the cab to arrive I thought I do some fishin'. Has anyone used the Tri210L and the WWU in live gigging situations? I saw one post of a guy who was impressed with a friends. I also know that some Tri210L owners love the iAmp800 which I don't own, and many regularly pair up with a Jr. or EW, but that was not in my main plan as the EW does the trick all by itself. Of course you all know I won't be able to resist pairing with my EW...why not, right. Or should I say Wright... Having spoken with Mark several times on this subject in the past months, he stated that it would actually scare people. As I've stated in other threads I will continue to use my Berg HT112 for the mini/small things. That should cover all my needs for cabs I'm hoping I appreciate you input and hope this thread is not redundant at least too much. I thought a fresh one would be... fresh.