I'm looking for a bigger cab than my Aggie GS212 to run with my AG500. I'm in the process of saving my pennies and hope to have one of these within the next month or so. I don't care about portability, weight, size, etc. I'm not much of a slapper, so I usually turn the tweeter off or on ever so slightly. I play mainly blues, classic rock, modern rock, reggae, and try to funk out(without much success ). I've been jammin' with some buddies who will need a new bass player in their band soon(other guy's moving out of state), and it looks like i'm the guy. They play everything from Billy Joel, BB King, ZZ top to Green Day, Sublime, Nirvana, and Primus... as well as some originals. I really like my GS212, but these guys crank it up waaay too loud on stage and i'm afraid I'll have some trouble being heard. Also, i'd like to use my 212 for smaller rooms and practice while using the bigger cab for most gigs. The guitarist uses a Peavey 5150 into a Marshal 412 as well as a Roland Jazz Chorus for clean sounds. The drummer is a hyper little muscle bound dude who just beats the snot out of his drums. Wow, this is getting long-winded... sorry. I love the sound of my 212 which makes me think maybe the 412 would be right up my alley. I haven't heard much about the S810, but from what I have heard, it cuts through beautifully. I'm very intrigued by the NV610 and 425. I've only heard amazing things from everyone about these cabs(although a lot more about the 610). My concern about 10's is losing the low end that the Aggie 212 gives me. That's why i'm very interested in the 425. Maybe it'd give me the best of both worlds. If anyone's used any of these cabs, please give me your thoughts. I know, for instance, the Aggie 412 and the Bergie 610 are very different cabs, but i'm sure they'd all work fine... i'm just wanting this to last for a very long time without any regrets. The current bass player uses a Hartke 5500 thru an XL810. Thanks for reading through this and your thoughts, perspectives, experiences, and emotional outbursts if need be.