Got a chance today to A/B these two cabinets for a couple of hours. I own the EA cab, and was testing the Berg. After trying both with both DB (Czech carved with K&K pickups) and BG (Smith 6) through several different heads, I honestly couldn't say that either was better than the other. The EA was a bit punchier and slightly "hotter" in the lows, while the Bergie was a tad more open and "woody". Both cabs sounded awesome both in combo with an Eden WT-1000 (bridged to mono) poweramp & Alembic FX1 pre, and with my Clarus. Since I couldn't decide which I liked better, I bought the Bergantino, so now I have both! Both are built like tanks, and both kick a serious amount of ARSE with either axe. The Bergie is a bit smaller and lighter, which is a plus, but (my only complaint) it also has a cheesy top-mounted handle as opposed to the EA's indestructible side mount handles. I'd recommend either with no qualms. On a side note, I was mightily impressed with the Eden/Alembic head combination: headroom for days, and a LOT of tone control. Somehow, the tube aspect of the Alembic didn't produce any of the mushiness that the Aguilar pre did with the same setup. The Aggie might be fine for BG, but it blew major chunks for DB. The Eden/Alembic combination was in the same price/power range as the EA iamp 750 I've been waiting for (it hasn't quite been released yet). Any thoughts on any of these units? I'm getting power hungry all of a sudden!