Okay, so I've read a bunch of threads on here about how to match a head with a cabinet, and there seem to be conflicting opinions about the safe and ideal relationships between listed amp wattage and cabinet power handling. I'd always assumed that you should never pair an amp with a cabinet that can't handle the amp's maximum listed power (assuming matching impedance). But in some threads, people seem to be saying the opposite: namely, that you want to be sure the listed wattage for your amp exceeds the power handling of your cabinet. Which is right? Example Let's say you you're working with an Aguilar TH 500, which has a listed wattage of 500 watts into 4 ohms. (1) Would it be "safe" to pair this amp with a 4 ohm cabinet that has listed power handling of 600 watts / 800 peak? Would it be ideal, both for the health of the cabinet and tonally? Is this pairing okay at certain volumes / EQ settings but not at others? (2) Would it be "safe" to pair this amp with a 4 ohm cabinet that has listed power handling of 300 watts / 400 peak? Would it be ideal? Is this pairing okay at certain volumes / EQ settings but not at others? Thanks!