I currently have a modified Ernie Ball Musicman Audiophile 212 that I like for its barky midrange. But it doesn't have the bottom I want. The modification was replacing the old heavy B&C drivers with Emi Neos. Took about 30lbs off the cab, and made it sound really good. I also have an Eden D212XLT that I got cheap cuz it's been beat to Hell. The carpet is all torn and it looks like it fell out of a van at about 60 miles an hour, and got some major road-rash somewhere along I-5. I like the scooped tone and big bottom of the Eden a lot, but I always felt like it could never get loud enough on a decent size stage. During a summer park show in Apple Valley, there was a ground loop that produced this horrible, piercing high frequency sound, and it fried the tweeter in my Eden. So I've got this potentially great cab that is a shadow of its former self. I know, I know Dilema: I have 2 cabs that look like Hell together (terribly mismatched), don't sound the same, and the one I prefer needs some serious attention. Getting ready for this year's summer park concerts, I figure I gotta do some maintenance on my cabs, and maybe upgrade. I was thinking about recovering the Eden 212, and replacing the tweeter, and maybe getting a used 410 to complete the Eden stack. Or I could recover the cab, replace the tweeter, and Craigslist both of them. Then I could get something else and not feel like I have to have matching Eden. Bottom line: I've got about $700 to work with. If you were in this situation, what would you do?