Hi all. I just got what I thought was a 200S on Craigslist. When I opened it up, I discovered that the top speaker chamber had no baffle board in it. On the rear cover, there's a panel that looks like it covers up a hole where there would have been a crossover or some such. There is also the standard Sunn 1/4" jack. So it looks like a 100S that someone added another 15 to. The cabinet is somewhat beat up, so my plan is to convert it to a double 15 where each JBL (there are some eminence or something like that in it now, apparently it sounds pretty good, but it's not what I'm going for) gets its own input jack so I can then run a separate Fender head and pickup to each. The neck pickup of my Starfire will go to the lower D140 and the bridge to the upper. So, in a way, I wonder if it much matters if the upper baffle board is there, given that my bridge pickup doesn't generate a lot of lows. Eventually, I'd like to add the baffle board, but for now, I'm thinking of going with it as is. Another thing I'd like to do is that since the grill cloth is pretty messed up, I'm going to replace it with a Courtenay Pollock tie-dye and I'd like to front mount the speakers. It just seems a lot easier to get speakers in and out and also will be less wear and tear on the screw holes (there are only 4 holding the back on now). I can mount the grill using magnets on small wooden risers. I've done it before and it's worked out really well. I guess in order to do it here, I'd have to remove the T-nuts, mount them on the inside and then work out gaskets for the D140s. At first it seemed like a good deal for $250, but now I'm realizing that it's going to be some work to get it all running the way I want it. However, the previous guy used it on the road as it is now for a long time and apparently it sounded great. Ideas? Comments? Suggestions?