Guys/girls......need your opinion on how a Berg AE112 will stack up to an AK TC112. Been thinking about pulling the trigger on an AE112, just need some background info before I say yay or nay. My only cab at the moment is the Audiokinesis TC112 (4ohm variant). I like the cab very much. It's light, powerful, extremely easy to schlep, brilliant switchology, and I love the room adaptability via the removable ports. It's ugliness/homemade look has grown on me. People look at it like it's some home made POS or possibly something bought from radio shack when the y actually sold stiff beside cell phones....that makes me like it more. Sometimes, I find it too smooth and find myself craving a more aggressive sound. But with all of its advantages, it's smooth character is something I can over look. Prior to me purchasing the TC112, I owned a pair of DB112's. Albeit better looking and better sounding as pair.....I can cover a lot of ground with one TC112. I wish my TC112 had some of the aggressive character of the DB112's. This is where I'm hoping the AE112 can pop in........ Right now, my plan would be to buy the one and search for another to complete a pair. I'd keep the TC for rehearsals and on the go stuff where portability is key. I'd use the the single AE's separate as needed.....but mainly would be nice to have a pair of 112's on reserve for bigger stuff my TC112 couldn't do. So I am curious, how will the single AE112 compare in overall volume to my TC112? Could a 4ohm TC112 trump a pair of AE112's? Will the AE112 give me that aggressive tone I am missing with my TC112 What's the weight on a AE112? I often thought both DB112's had a somewhat floppy or boomy bottom end. Will a pair of AE112's be tighter on the bottom than my old pair of DB's? FWIW, my amp is an Aguilar TH500. How would you predict an AE112 would sound with my amp? Any issues with comparability? Thanks for all of your input. Peace.