NOTE: To keep this thread neat, if you have any questions, please PM me. I am the second owner of this cab. The original owner (who spec-ed the high-end drivers and the vertical design) bought another cab during the year-and-a-half long wait for this one -- when he finally got it, he put it up for sale. The drivers weren't even broken-in when I received it. It's a great cab, but I have a lot of great cabs and it's not getting used, so it's time to let it go. About the cab... two FaitalPro 12FH500 12" woofers one W6N8-120 6.5" mid/high driver -- same mid, I believe, as used in the MAS Flex cabs and in the Baer ML-112 4 Ohms and efficient -- it will get loud with a 500 Watt micro. It was a nice match with the Markbass F500 I had. The cab is painted in what appears to be a heavy duty truck-bed liner -- thicker and more durable than Duratex. 36"H x 16"W x 17 1/2"D, about 70 pounds Two things to point out: The rubber on the wheels disintegrated and fell off (pictured). It didn't wear off, but just flaked off one day when I moved it across the carpet after it had been sitting awhile. Bad rubber, apparently! One of the rubber feet ($1 part) could also use replacing. The spring-loaded handle on top of the cab rattles at volume. A folded-up washcloth or similar (used some napkins once) stuck underneath the handle stops it, but it's worth mentioning. Other than that, the cab works great. The drivers are in good shape -- never abused. As is, the cab is easy enough to lift with its side handles and will roll around indoors on the wheels sans rubber. If I were keeping it, though, I'd install some beefy casters like this one. You would need to expand the cutouts in the cab slightly to fit them properly. Casters similar in size to the current ones could likely be fit without making the cutouts larger. I would in any case use some weatherstrip tape (or similar) to make sure the seal was airtight if installing new casters. The drivers in this cab alone run ~$600 -- never mind the materials to make the box and crossover. I'll sell it for $350 OBRO. $300 cash, local. You can leave it intact and use it as-is or use the drivers for your own project. (I briefly considered picking up another mid and making it into two 1x12s.) No shipping for now. I will, however, drive a reasonable distance from the Iowa City/Cedar Rapids, IA area, to meet you halfway. Pics to follow.