Yeah, I know there have been a few posts on this subject, but I ordered my B215neo last tuesday around 2 or 3 pm Dave's time, and it arrived here in Indiana first thing monday morning. So, what was it like receiving new gear before work? Terrible. I opened it up, checked it over. PERFECT. All I could think about all day was hookin' that badboy up to my rig. So after 4 years of work that day (it seemed like it), I went home, grabbed the cabinet and took it to the rehearsal area. God, I was so excited. I set my Ampeg 4x10 (8 ohm) on top of it, and then the B2R. But then, I had one minor problem. SPEAKER CABLE. So I had to move my guitar player's Marshall full stack out of the way CAREFULLY (he's very termeramental about his gear) to get to the closet, and then I had to hunt through it to find my speaker cables. SUCCESS! So then I grabbed the cable and then moved back my guitar player's amp CAREFULLY (he's very temeramental about his gear) and stood there. I forgot to shut off the closet light. Rats. Ok, so after another 5 minutes of trying to make my guitar player's rig look undisturbed, I had my speaker cable. I hooked it up. Plugged in my bass. Turned it on. Hmm, no power. So I had to get behind my other guitar player's Carvin Legacy full stack this time to get to the surge protecter. You have no idea how high my blood pressure was from just wanting to try out this stupid cab. Then, I flipped on the switch. FINALLY, it works. It was flippin' loud though, because I forgot to turn down the volume. Yeah, I've only been running with one 8 ohm 4x10 for a while now, because I was GAS'ing a TRB-4p. So I sold my Ampeg 1x15 8 ohm cab. Let me tell you, everything everyone has said about Avatar is dead on. Just an absolute great sound at an unbeatable price. I compared the two cabs, and not only did the 239 dollar B215neo KILL the 399 dollar Ampeg 1x15 cab I previously owned, but it also sounded much better than my 4x10. Needless to say, I'm GAS'ing the 4x10 Kappa Pro to replace my Ampeg, which cost a lot more, and left me ultimately disappointed. Thanks to Dave at Avatar for giving us poor musicians a chance to pay bills and have a killer rig too. Thanks to TB for swearing by these cabs and making my GAS so bad that I just coughed up the cash for one. The GAS still hasn't gone away either.