So I recently purchased a couple of EA's Cxl-112's used. I tried the older one out not realizing there was a differance in the two I was comparing, and loved it. I thought it was a spectacularly even, balanced, and sweet cab. So I bought both of them. I noticed one was heavier, and some slight differances on the back panel, and grill screws. So I A/B'd them and to my suprise the one did sound a little thin in the lower mids. No I know what some of the talk about thin lower mids was about. The problem lies in the newer lighter models. I think EA should have kept the weight and tone. I mean who cares about 5lbs when the tone goes with it, or lack of it. Anyway the new one is still clear as a bell and you don't notice the thin low-mids when you stack them. So I'm still very pleased about my purchase, just thought If anyone is looking for a used EA cab they might be a little more pleased with the older model. By the way the newer model is marked cxl-112e and the older is just a cxl-112 so that'll throw the cxl-112e being the older model debate out the window. I think there was a tb thread on here that also confirms this. Older heavier model is Supreme.