I just bought an SWR SM-500, and would appreciate any suggestions for compatible speaker cabs. I really like the sound of SWR cabs, although I'm open to other brands. My playing style is R&B, funk and jazz, and I prefer the sound of 10" speakers. I want to keep the weight to a minimum. Would two Goliath Junior III cabs (8-ohms) work well? Will this setup produce a sound similar to using one Goliath III cab? I will probably use the cab(s) in Bridge/Mono mode, but would like to have the versatility to also use in Stereo mode. I have a couple of questions about using the SM-500 in Stereo mode: If I have one 8-ohm cabinet on each side, and I'm driving 150 watts per channel, does that mean that in effect I will have the volume of 300 watts? In other words, will the volume be about the same as if I was driving 300 watts in Bridge/Mono mode? Also, do I have to use the same type of cabinet on each side when using the Stereo mode (for example, a Goliath III on each side), or can I use two completely different cabinets such as a Goliath III on the left and a Triad on the right? Do the impedances on each side have to match, or can I have an 8-ohm cab on the left and a 4-ohm cab on the right? Last question: If I wanted to use only one Goliath Junior III cab (8-ohms) for practice or small gigs, can I do this in Bridge/Mono mode? The SM-500 puts out 400 watts at 8-ohms, but the Goliath Junior III can handle only 350 watts. I'm not sure if this would create a problem. As an alternative, could I hook up the Goliath Junior III cab to one channel only and use it in Stereo mode? This would only be 150 watts at 8-ohms. Thanks in advance for any help or suggestions you can offer.