So, I have probably bugged you guys to death with a project I am working on. Pic below. The other night, and 4 gagillion o'clock in the morning, after doing about 5 hours of phase angle and resonant circuit calculations for homework, I ordered the wrong stuff for my cab. I needed Dura-Tex, and I ordered Acoust-X. With shipping being what it is, I may as well keep the bucket of wrong goo. I'll just order the right stuff tonight. Here's my question. Would it be worth the hassle to slap a coat of Acoust-X on the interior of this kind of cab? It's a sealed 4-10 built like a tank. I'm not really worried about weight one way or the other because the cab already weighs a lot, and the whole bucket of goo doesn't weigh enough to make a difference. But from a sound standpoint, will it do anything for me? Thanks.