I got my new Aguilar GS410 the other day from New York. I purchased it through Rik's Music (www.Riksmusic.com) which was the best price I had found. Rik didn't have an 8 ohm cab in stock so he called Aguilar and had it shipped from there. I had auditioned this cab on several occasions against the Eden 410xlt, SWR Goliath III, Bag End Q10X-D, several Ampegs and both the Bergantino 3x10 and the Epifani 3x10. The new 4x10 was to replace my old Goliath II and my Eden 210xlt/115t combo. I had absolutely no real issues against any of the cabs that I auditioned. They were all great sounding. But the two cabs that stuck in my mind during and after the auditions were the Berg 3x10 and the Ag. They just did things more "right" to my ears. I'm a very big fan of the Bag End cabs and the company but the Bag just didn't have quite the lows that the other two cabs had. But when you look at the price and the power handling of the Aguilar there just isn't any contest. I've only used my Eden WT-800 so far to break in the Ag. I've been using my Sadowsky vintage J, my '72 P-bass and my '69 Jazz. The one thing that I've noticed is that I can really tell the difference in tone between the three basses. Even when I try and emulate the tone of each other. The character of each bass comes through. I've found that I like the tone better with the tweeter on about a third of a turn. I've always turned the tweeters off on other cabs but this sounds so seamless and smooth. The overall tone is very smooth with no apparent peaks or valleys throughout the range. It sounds so big. Totally unlike a box. I sure wouldn't call it Hifi. Now using my Sadowsky for that wonderful B string is a new adventure in LOWS. Yowsers it is there. No flub just sweet lows. It just rattles my fillings. I've been communicating with Rickbass1 about the Aguilar cab. I said that it was old school without the mud and he said kinda like a fist with a silk glove smacking you in the chest. This is the way this cab is. It's my kinda tone. I haven't played it out yet and haven't hooked it up to the PLX2402/Navigator setup yet so I'm not sure how it's going to sound played out or with tons of power. But I'm feeling really certain that it is going to be THE cab. I'm not saying that this is the cab that is going to make everyone happy and it may not be the cab that get you all the girls but if you like big low notes with punch and just enough accuracy then this may be the cab for you.