I think I may have cured my case of GAS permanently (yeah, right ). I've owned the Aguilar db750 hybrid amp for several months now, and I'm lovin' it big time. I was using two Epifani 3x10 cabs, and the rig sounded great, but one of the 3x10s recently crapped out on me. I don't know yet what the problem is/was, I'll be sending the cab back for repair, so we'll see. I decided to take the opportunity to check out the Aguilar speaker cabs, and ended up buying a GS210 and a GS410 (both @ 8 ohms). I used the new rig last night for the first time on a gig with THREE guitar players, drummer AND percussionist, and to say I'm thrilled with the way the Aggies performed would be the understatement of the century. Tone, tone and more tone. My bass cut through everything with ease. The Aggies sound fat, round yet very transparent. The highs are tight and focused, without being too "glassy". On a slap or a pop, there's almost a natural compression...very focused with just the right amount of crispness without being too piercing. I have now owned or gigged with (backline situations) SWR, Epifani, Eden, GK and Ampeg cabinets in varying configurations (3x10, 4x10, 2x10), and the Aguilars beat 'em all for performance and tone. I am a happy, happy man .