alright...so at practice this weekend i a/b'ed my svp and bddi to see which i liked better. well the sound distorted at high volumes with both of them. (more so with the svp...i should put new tubes in it before i decide between that and the rbi). i got a power/pre setup to replace my hartke 3500 to get better tone at higher volumes. now i'm wondering if it's the cab that's causing the problem. i have a peavey tvx 8x10 that's rated at 400 watts. i'm running my rmx 850 brigded into this cab. is it that the speakers aren't very efficient? so what i'm wondering is, would i be better off getting a new cab setup that can handle more power (is this speaker efficiency?)? if i do this, i'm more than likely going to go with an avatar setup. everyone has great things to say about them, and i can get two cabs for better portability (until i can afford an ampeg 8x10). what do you all think about this? are the avatar cabs going to perform well at high volumes? i am going to run 830 watts bridged into the setup (2 8 ohm cabs probably), then possibly get a more powerful power amp and run it from both channels. (another question about this later). i guess my question is this: would getting 2 seperate avatar cabs handle more power and sound better at higher volumes than the peavey 8x10? if so, what two avatar cabs to get? i'm thinking the b210 delta 03 with either the 2x12 delta lf, or the 1x15 kappa pro lf. what would you all recommend? i understand that theoretically an 8x10 will move more air, but if it's not very efficient, would a setup like i mentioned above sound louder and better? let me know. thanks.