Got this Bergantino HT322 last week from our own Adrian Garcia at Access Bass. Sweet deal, sweet cab! Now I see why this cab is so popular. Great single cab, no question. Of course, I got the Bergie cover, too. Mine had its maiden voyage at an outoor pool party/casual yesterday. I used it with the rig pictured: Bergantino's cabs are very much to my taste. I also own the HT112, HT210 and HT115. I had been looking for a single cab that would cut it on the majority of my gigs and this one may well be it. Although a bit heavy at 94 lbs., it is exceptionally clean and full-range. I used my Fodera Monarch 6 fretless and Elrick Gold Standard 7 on this gig. Even outdoors, the cab delivered great clarity without sacrificing low-end warmth and it also has the punch I like about 10's. I really like the large wheels on the thing, too. Very easy to move around. This cab delivers the best sound I've found in a single bass cab so far. Of course, I prefer the sound of Bergantino cabs so YMMV. But when compared to a comparably hefty 410 (e.g., Eden D410XLT, Mesa Boogie Road Ready or SWR Goliath III), the Bergie clearly has more range and clarity. As with all Bergantinos, however, mucho watts is recommended. I was using 1600 watts by mono-bridging the Stewart into this one.