Considering DIY cab(s)..... Ordered two cabs from a dis-reputable boutique manufacturer in S. Carolina.....Luckily, I received them, unfortunately, they sound terrible. Contemplating DIY because I'm already $469 into these things, the drivers seem fine, and I have a well-tooled shop and plenty of cabinet grade ply. I cannot go spend a ton of dough to make these sound decent. DIY is generally not cheaper, but since I have all the drivers and other misc hardware (handles, corners, jack-plates, and some stuffing from a previous project), plenty of wood, and time, I'm in search of a simple design. Drivers are as follows: Eminence delta 12LFA (12" 500W driver) Eminence Alpha 8MR (8" mid driver) Eminence BP102 (10" 200W driver) Two tweeters: QSL QS-70, and Selenium (haven't checked yet) I am not certain the x-overs are in good condition, and have no way (or understanding of how) to test them, and I'm using a GK 1001rb, so I can bi-amp the tweeters and woofers, but need some kind of network for the mid. I do like the fEarful cabs, but they are clearly designed around drivers I do not have. Also the BFM cab designs are attractive from a sensitivity standpoint, but I am not sure I feel like undertaking the (what look to be ) complex designs. In anticipation of receiving these cabs, I traded my existing rig to a friend for some work done on my house, and now only have these two crappy boxes, with nice drivers. Simplicity appeals to me from a time-saving point of view. Any suggestions are appreciated.