Did a search, didn't see this topic. So after much yearning and deliberation I have finally decided to seriously consider getting a PF-500 and a PF-115(?) rig to add to the fambly. I noticed on MusiciansFriend that the PF-500 is down to $379 now, I suppose due to the release of the PF-800 (which I'm not really interested in). I then noticed that if I buy the PF-115LF, at $350, I can save about 70 bucks over the $800 price tag of the PF-500/PF-115HE bundle. (Plus MF is having 15% off right now so a 500/115LF bundle can be had for about $620 brand spankin' new ) I see the main differences in the HE and LF is the LF lacks a tweeter (a good thing IMO), doesn't "flip" (don't care), slightly less power handling (not an issue with this rig) and is a little heavier (also don't care), and is ported (HE is sealed???). Ampeg's website lists both cabs together on the "PF" page as compatible so I would assume there's no problem with this pairing, but the questions I have are-- The LF also has a much narrower frequency response which I guess is where the "LF" suffix comes from...? How do you think the two would sound relatively speaking, tone wise considering the design differences/frequency response? Do you own the 500/115LF? How do you like it? Would you advise one cab or the other with this head and if so, why? Any other things to consider besides the information available online? Has anyone heard these two configurations, made the side by side comparison? For tone I like an old school thump that's not too dark. My main bass is a Fender P strung with TI Jazz Flats and I usually play with the tone knob all the way up. I'm an internet shopper only, so trying them out at a store to compare for myself isn't going to happen. Any other thoughts you could share would be appreciated!