Spent quite some time doing research here and there. Before I bite the bullet (no pun intended, ha!) I'd like to get some feedback on weather this is the proper application, i.e. an acceptably good idea. Any feedback is welcome! So, I have a few plywood cabs about 23"x 18" x 36" which have worked well for me with 15" woofers in 'em. I've been upgrading one and thought about adding a crossover with hi freq attenuator. I'll be using this exclusively with Genz Benz 750 which is rated 400w @ 8 ohm. I've been looking at these eminence cabinet ready crossovers which are rated precisely at 400w rms and 8ohm. http://www.usspeaker.com/px-ii5k0-1.htm and coupled with the appropriate tweeter http://www.usspeaker.com/SUPERTWEETERS-1.htm combo I should be up and running no problem, yes? Here's a relevant thread : http://www.talkbass.com/forum/showthread.php?t=376174 My questions are: Am I interpreting these specs correctly to assume I can run 400w from the amp with the 8ohm woofer I'm using and the 8ohm tweeter of choice and be fine? I'm assuming the crossover makes the pairing of tweeter with woofer a cinch? Is this application that straight forward? Hook up tweeter and speaker to appropriate crossover connections and bam? The woofer is rated at 600w, but that'll just give me more headroom, correct? Thanks!