I've seen the term "break-in time" thrown around referring to new cabinets, but I'm not sure what it refers to. Does it mean that a brand new cab will slowly "break in" as its played and eventually sound better (or at least different) than it does the first few times it's fired up? Or does it mean that you need to go easy on a new cab, not pushing it too hard until it's had enough time to "break-in"? Sorry if it's a silly question, but I just got my first brand new cab (custom-built by LDS) and I prefer to err on the side of caution. Thanks!