Spent yesterday afternoon with Bernie Goodfellow investigating cabs! As well as making some of the worlds finest bass guitars (GB), Bernie is also EBS 's man in London, and while he may be slightly biased - I am not. Anyway we AB'd my Eden 410 XST with an EBS 410 as well as a EBS 210/115 rig. Granted we were using my EBS TD650 amp for the day.I know the XST is supposed to be the HiFi version of edens 410 range but it still sounded much woolier than either the EBS 410 on its own or the 210/115 combination.The EBS just seemed more punchy and defined. I mentioned that on paper the EBS 410 and 210 start at 70 Hz while Eden give 36Hz for the 410XST and I was a bit concerned that it may not deliver the low B very well. Bernie used my Lakland 55/94 deluxe to check it out.The EBS410 genuinely sounded just as deep as the Eden but again with more definition, even at the far end of the thick string! The cabs seemed a bit hissy to me but this was reduced a lot once the tweeter control was reduced from nearly full up to a level that I personally prefer. All in all a very interesting day out, and to be honest a bit disappointing for me as I expected the XST to be a little less coloured than it seems to be. Anyway, it looks like going on Ebay soon as I want to try out some Bergantino cabs this weekend (No 322 unfortunately) before making a choice between them and the EBS,(either the 210/115 combination or maybe the 210/311).The 410 is great but I just feel a bigger speaker somewhere will help round out the sound when required. I play bass purely for fun and would never consider myself anything but an interested amatuer. Bernie on the other hand has years of experience as a bass player and luthier and as I said earlier he may be a bit biased - now I know why. Hope this helps a bit as I know its frustrating trying to make decisions when it's sometimes very difficult to get your hands on the gear to try it out. Cheers.