The other day I was looking for a set of replacement mains for a friend's band and stumbled across a couple of winners from Carvin. 3-way, with superior internal volume and crossover, light and built with the same methods and materials the expensive lightweight cabs have - but so much cheaper it's ridiculous. Great midrange cone driver, superior neodymium tweeter/horn... Even after replacing the decent lead-sled woofers with lighter and higher-spec Em Kappalite 3015LF these babies would come in cheaper and have top-notch bass guitar performance. Here's the 115. It seemed suspicious that it was only 24" tall. I checked with Carvin and it turned out that it's 28.75" tall, 15.5" deep, 18.75" wide. http://www.carvin.com/products/single.php?ItemNumber=LS1503&CID=LS Here's the 215. More internal volume per driver yet, I think with Kapplites or Kappalite LFs it'd probably be a scary combination indeed for people looking for 215 with a dedicated midrange (and or a better tweeter)! Even with the stock drivers, actually. http://www.carvin.com/products/single.php?ItemNumber=LS1523&CID=LS I'm also looking at the Carvin 115 bass cab as a great one to be retrofitted with the Kapplite series - enough internal volume to actually get the best out of the driver unlike almost all commercial bass cabs. A pair of them could actually smoke a lot of bands' 118 subwoofer pairs and with less wattage! Also using thinner baltic birch and more bracing. Carvin seems to be doing more right than they are given credit for. The stock drivers and the Kapplite series both operate well in these enclosure sizes at the exact same tunings, so the retrofit if desired would be a piece of cake.