So I decided to buy a speakon to 1/4" cable and try out an Avatar 210 delta (non-neo) to my setup as is before I went out and bought a QSC PLX2 1804 to replace my QSC PLX 1602. Turns out the PLX has plenty of power in parallel mono, and the 50 Hz HPF works great for the 210. I run the power amp gain dimed for the two Aggie GS112s, and I run the gain at 2/3 (26dB) for the Avatar 210. I was a little frusted at first because it took me a good half hour of screwing with it before I remembered to switch the DIP switches from stereo to parallel input. I gotta say this is the best thing I have ever done. I am using the cab on loan from a very good friend of mine, but since he has no use for it, it's basically mine, I just gotta pay him for it when I have the funds. The tweeter does not work but I could care less as I use only a tiny bit of tweeter on one of my GS112s. Everyone in the band can feel the bass so much better, therefore everyone plays better. I can stasnd wherever I want in the practice room because it's much easier to compete with my guitarist's hiwatt/orange 4x12stack. For anyone considering An Aguilar GS cab with 12s for rock, I recommend they combine them with a 210 cab. Deep AND punchy. You'll never look back. the GS112s stack stand on its own for many styles of music, but I really think adding a pair of 10s to a pair of Aguilar 12s makes a huge difference. my two cents. -Amos PS Pics soon!