Im a baby-boomer who plays primarily in church with occasional gigs with some out-of-my-league musicians in a county/western swing show. I play a Conklin GT-4 active bass with Thomastik-Infeld flat wounds which I really like and a Roland DB-500 160w amp. Two or three years ago, after demoing many different brands, I bought an Ampeg BA-108 as a practice amp because it was small, I liked the tone, and I couldnt beat the price. I now play the Ampeg more than my bigger amp, running the line out into the PA when needed, but sometimes wanting a little more stage volume. While the logical upgrade would be the BA-110, I am several hundred miles from an Ampeg dealer and the one I called said the 110 wasnt that much different from the 108 and recommended the 112, which doesnt meet my definition of small. What has caught my attention are the forum members who have upgraded BA-108 and 110 amps with Eminence Basslite S2010 speakers. The benefits of the 110 upgrade are clearly articulated, but maybe less so for the 108. Since I have a 108 and size matters (at least a little), I have a few questions. 1) Will the Basslite S2010 improve the BA-108 as much as it does the BA-110? 2) Will the BA-108 with the 10 Basslite be louder and better than a stock BA-110? (I like what I call full and warm, not bright) 3) Will it play well at full volume and will it still sound like an Ampeg? Based on posts, I presume the answer to both is yes. 4) When cutting the cabinet for the bigger speaker, do you leave the port as-is and mount the speaker up and off-center? If not, how do you modify the port. 5) Any reason why I shouldnt do it - or other comments or advice? Thanks in advance for your help.