Like many on this forum, I'm on a constant search to find the perfect tone from a cab. I've done several builds with LDS, and he's always built what I wanted, but what I want always changes. He recently built me a sealed 810 with FAITAL PRO 10FE200's. Based on a vintage Ampeg Flatback. I've been playing it for almost a year, and I think she's a keeper for my large cab needs. I've always had some trouble finding a mid sized cab I'm happy with. I recently sold one of my LDS 410's to a friend without the drivers, so I have 4 nice 8 ohm Beta 10a's sitting here. Here's what I'm considering: 1. A 310 cab, based off a Dr. Bass RX 310. I played one that was loaded with beta 10a's that my friend owns. It sounded great. From what my friend told me (but he told me not to quote him, bc he isn't an expert so I'm taking it only as a suggestion) that the beta's are big box drivers. 3 in a 410 sized box will do better than 4 in a 410 sized box. Additionally, he thinks it might also have to do with each of the 3 drivers will be pushed harder than a box with 4. That drivers might sound better when being pushed. 2.A sealed 410 using the Beta's, to more or less have a mini Berg NV. I know a lot of people say the beta's are not good with sealed cabs, but I've played a sealed 610 with them and it sounded great. Don from LDS said they will do good as well. I've read on the forum that sealed 10 cabs tend to sound better in the mix when they have 6+ drivers. Is this true? For a vintage, tweeterless box to go with my vintage tone, what would work best? I understand cabs have their limitations and that trying to have a single 12 keep up with a bunch of Mesa half stacks isn't going to happen. That's why I have a larger cab and don't mind moving around if I need to. But since I'm relocating to NYC next year, I need to downsize down to 2 cabs because of space. I have a big one, now I need a smaller one. Most of my projects are lofi indie rock gigs, playing with a couple fender tube combos. Nothing stupid loud. I'm also not really interested in a fearful or similar at this time. I know they get suggested a lot, but I would like to use my drivers at this time.