Today I had the opportunity to compare the BBC Tank 1015 to the Bergantino CN210. First, I really do think the Bergantino sounds "better" - the lows are more present and the round bass tone is there, the highs are crisp. I still traded the Bergantino for the Tank... so the question is.... why? For starters, I tested both cabs with the Warwick LWA 1000 head - which is truly rated at 1000 watts at 4 ohms. I tested it with my custom 4 string and with a Benavente 6 string. I took it to the local music store, since the cab is rated at 1400 watts rms, we turned the Warwick up all the way to see what would happen. the cab handled it like a pro... it didn't seem like we were close to hitting its limits. The lows were tight and clear, the mids were present... it sounded incredible! I owned a Bergantino HT322 and actually prefer the Tank to the Berg HT322 at volume... and it's easier to move. I don't think the videos online actually do justice to the tone of this amp. When I get a chance next week I'll make a video where I will try to demonstrate a more round sound. I'll be glad to answer any questions and address them in a demo with multiple heads.