Well, Ive had my BAM210 for about two months now and I am continuing to be impressed with it. Ive had about 4 gigs with the BAM210 and it has really sounded great and in small clubs the 2-10 Eminence drivers really hold up well at higher volumes (even with the low B). But since I knew Id have summer gigs outdoors and some large halls to play, I bought a Peavey 410TVX as an extension cab. I had a chance to play out with this setup over the weekend. The BAM210 (4 ohm cab) with the 410TVX (4 ohm cab) provides for 500 watts into 6-10 speakers (so its running at 2 ohms which is fine with the BAM). This setup is very loud (though I did not even push it very hard at all). I had the master volume only at 5 on the amp and the volume on my bass was only at about 4, when I was at my loudest). It was very clear, clean, and punchy and handled the lowest notes very well. During soundcheck I did crank it up and it still was very clean, although I couldnt play that way for long without bringing down the house. It had a deep, tight sound with the lowest notes being very full and solid, yet very well defined. The high notes were more substantial. No matter where I played on the neck all the notes were full and very clean. Ive had previous setups where the lower notes sounded good but the highs sounded weak by comparison. This setup sounds good throughout. Im only using three of my own presets, out of the many amp models. One is basically a very clean, bright and punchy tone ala Chris Squire and another that is a solid, flatwound strung Fender Precision type sound (something like a Grand Funk tone) as my two main type sounds. Ive got others Im working on, but are still a work in progress. The BAM210 amp modeling is great to get whatever tone you want with a simple click of the footswitch. The onboard tuner works great and is better than any other tuner Ive tried for the low B string. There are so many great amps and cabs out there for bass players now but if you might be looking for a combo, the BAM210 is definitely worth looking into. Together with an extension cab, this combo is simply one of the best ever, for small or large gigs, no matter what type of band you play in.