Hey, This Saturday I'll be playing an out of town gig where there will be a Traynor TC1510 cabinet backlined. It's a 4 ohm, 600 watt cab. Normally I run my SVT 5 Pro mono-bridged into an Ashdown 410 (8 ohm, 450 watt). The SVT puts out 840 watts into 8 ohms when run this way (I can easily overpower my cab doing this but I watch my volume and use my ears... it sounds great, my sound never gets squashed by the limiter this way, and my cabinet stays safe because I am careful). The backlined Traynor is 4 ohms, so it will put out max 1350 watts if I keep it mono-bridged. If I run one of the SVT's stereo power amps, it will put out 420 watts into the 600w Traynor. Just curious, what would you do? Run it mono-bridged like normal and watch the volume, or run just one of the power amps? Again, I think the amp sounds clearest mono-bridged and I can definitely get away with not cranking it. We play at reasonable volumes. Does it even matter if I am being careful?