This could be considered a continuation of a post I started a few months ago(http://www.talkbass.com/forum/showthread.php?t=113760), but here goes... I ordered an acme b2 yesterday and Andy suggested that I get the 4 ohm instead of the 8 ohm, to have more watts when I run a QSC PLX 1602 in stereo (500 @ 4 vs 300 @ 8). I mentioned that I was planning on running the 8 ohm bridged and also wanted the 8 ohm cab so if I added another later I could run them bridged and have 1600W (two 8 ohm daisy channed = 4 ohm). But he thought that wouldn't work or be the best idea and suggested the 4 ohm and I went with it. I'm now having my doubts. Would 500 watts be good enough to push this cab? Or should I call him back and change my order to the 8 ohm since I may acquire another b2 in the future (1 cab = plx 1602 bridged @ 8 ohm w/ 1100 watts or 2 cab = plx 1602 bridged @ 4 ohm w/ 1600 watts). Running two 8 ohm cabs off a bridged amp @ 4 ohms works, right? Thanks guys.