First of all - I'd like to say, Dave is a heck of a nice guy. Business like, and the cabinet appears well made. I have no gripes with Dave. All my gripes are subjective. I got the B115H, and first of all - it struck me as not really being any louder than my homebuilt compact 15. (Really compact. Some MCM driver I forget and they probably don't sell any longer - rolls off at 66Hz in a 1.7ft sealed cabinet, no clue about xmax and probably no more than 75-100w power.) My head is not the most powerful in the world - Carvin PB200H (160w into 8ohms), but maxed out - the Avatar and Carvin would keep up with a cranked Champ, tops. I know this cabinet can handle quite a bit more amp than I have - perhaps it could be loud enough with a decent head. I have a Carver PM1.5 on the way. (I hope. I got a bad feeling I'll be talking to the Postal Inspector about this guy.) It's also huge. Thank you guys for talking me out of that 9ft box. Thank you. (Did I mention thank you?) I wish I'd gotten the CB. I'm still wondering if it's worth shipping back. $42 shipping out, $42 shipping back, and I could have an empty CB115H box sent out for $138. It's also rather scooped in the upper mids - I know that range can be a real ugly sound if not handled right, but this isn't the way to do it either. The tweeter is all highs, the 15 all lows, and it sounds as if they didn't QUIIITE meet up in the middle. I have to keep the tweeter rolled way way back, but it's kinda muddy if I roll it off alltogether. It handles the mudddy/floppy B on my Yamaha BB5 ok as far as I've managed to push it. Will this thing come alive with a 210 and a bigger amp? I got the bigger cab thinking about doing just that. Should I sell it local, send it back, or stick it out and make do - maybe make it my leave on location cab? I dunno what to do. I'm dissapointed, but this thing does work for a lot of you guys.