I tried to send this to you via PM, but you have that disabled. -- Hey, I've got a question that is probably suited to your expertise in cabinet construction. I'm in the thinking stages of building something equivalent to 2 SWR Triads (1x15+1x10+tweet) in one enclosure (properly tuned, seperate compartments per 'triad', etc). My first stage quality cabinets i built were 3/4" ply with a serious amount of (1.5x3 studs) bracing. You've mentioned that you have used MDF for some of your cabinets, and wondering if you would suggest MDF for my project. I'm not concerned about weight as I don't forsee this being carried anywhere. The enclosure will include tilt-back casters & handles (much like 810s now, etc) so it can be used like a dolly. MDF seems like a very dull/dead material in distributing vibrations as opposed to ply - unless you reinforce nearly the entire cab (bringing it to the weight of MDF) it'll buzz & vibrate. Would you recommend 3/4" MDF for this project? If so, do you have any tips on working with it (glues, screws, etc)? -- That being said, does anyone here have any suggestions/comments?