I remember seeing a thread on here back in my lurking days about an SVT cab loaded with Edens meant for Billy Sheehan but sent to a music store by mistake, and they had to get it back to send to Billy. Then I bought the Ampeg history book, and it says that SVT cabs were once available with Edens as an upgrade. So it got me thinking about the different SVT cabs I've used over the years and how they sounded. I've played them with pretty much everything Ampeg has offered in them except for the Edens, and my favorite are the early 70's CTS speakers in my vintage cab. They don't handle nearly as much power as the later Eminences and Electro-Harmonix speakers (correct me if I'm wrong but I think Ampeg's using the EH speakers as stock these days), but they sound more hi-fi than the EH's or Eminences, with a more pronounced sparkle on the higher freqs and a bit less boxy sounding low mid. Has anyone on here played through an Eden-loaded SVT cab? If so, what did you think? Judging by my impression of Eden cabs I've played, I would think they would sound really good, more like the CTS's than the Eminences. BTW, how long before Ampeg comes out with an SVT Neo 8x10? I'll bet it's out by next year's NAMM show. I'm surprised they didn't get one out already, but I guess they have their hands full just getting their current product line situated. Markbass got the jump on them bigtime with a neo 8x10". I think neos would go a long way to making current SVT cabs sound more like vintage cabs but be able to handle 1000w. That seems to be the tradeoff with the vintage speakers...they sound great but only take 250w. Not an issue for me but definitely an issue for the average deathmetaler.