I've been trying to figure out whether there is a real benefit for having a line array of high frequency speakers in a bass cabinet such as Genzler. Genzler's site is not that revealing as they state: With the Bass Array™ design, the placement of the line array in front of the 10” woofer provides extremely broad projection, quickness and articulation. As well, the all-important mid and high frequencies have a much wider horizontal dispersion with a more controlled vertical pattern. Okay, quickness and articulation is rather subjective view from one player to the next, but broad project can probably be more objectively measured. They they state the all-important mid and high frequencies which have never been all that important to me. Hanging around here, so to for many others. Then we get to wider horizontal dispersion. Okay, I can understand this, but a vertical column that does not seem to orient the high-frequency drivers in different horizontal directions that I could tell does not add up. But the backside of the line array structure probably helps to throw out the bass frequencies from the bass driver more horizontally. But who needs more horizontal dispertion from their backline when it is much better to use PA support and get that loud sound away from the musicians to protect their ears. Every professional touring act I did stage worked for back in the 1980s were doing this... Greg Kihn, Jefferson Starship, Motels, Blondie, and more. Their backline was small, mic'd or DI'd. The PA cabinets out front and to the side of the stage, and underneath were massively huge and arrived in semi's. Their backline could probably fit into a van. I've heard amazing speakers, and some more amazing than Genzler, that did not use linear array tech. But is this really a benefit or marketing glossy stuff?