Yep. My Bergie stack came in today and I got a few solid band practice hours in tonight with them. Running them through a BMaxT/QSC 3002. The cabs sound great. I was looking for a more midrange-tone/less scooped thing. Review: First off, 99.999% of my tone comes from my Cote Continuum 4 w/ aftermarket wound Lindy Fralin jazz p/u's. FTR, I wouldn't sell that Cote bass for (almost) ANYTHING. And the Aggie 112's were great cabs. The Bergantino's are markedly more articulate than the Aggies. They are more voiced for that midrange bark that I was seeking. They are quite a bit smaller and lighter than the Aggies. I'm not entirely convinced that the tone difference b/t the Aggies and the Bergs justified the hit I took on selling the Aggies and the premium I paid for the Bergs, but I do feel I took a (small) step forward toward achieving the elusive 'tone/portability' ultimate amp solution. More comments on a new SansAmp BBDI (Yuck!) to follow.