I've been shopping a round a bit for a new cabinet. There are so many cool new choices out there that it's become increasingly complicated to choose. You really have to know the sound you're after. I'm after lows. My prefered rig would be my amp (QSX1602+Aggie659) and the venerable Ampeg SVT 8x10 or the Ampeg 4x10HLF. The Ampeg sound isn't gloriously hi-fi like Epifani or EA, but I'm willing to trade fidelity and sweet tweeters for low end grunt. What I'm not willing to do it haul around an Ampeg refrigerator. I'm currently using a couple of SWR Gol. Jrs, which I'm reasonably satisfied with, but not quite enough low end. I like the portability of having 2 2x10 cabs. I do know I generally prefer 10's over 12's. So my ideas are the following: * Get an Eden XST 2x10 (or two). I've heard the 4x10 and I was impressed by the lows. The 2x10's are supposed to be better. In this scenario, I'd probably sell the Jrs. * Add an Acme sub. So I could run 1 or 2 Jr.s with the Acme B2 sub for lows. I owned the Acme B2 (reg) before and the lows are pretty good - more flat/tight than hugely present. Problem with Acme is that they are power hungry, low-volume, and I was always worried about damaging the speaker due to hearing about several blown woofers. * The third idea is the Tri112. I've heard great things and I imagine this is a super-hi-fi box with good lows. I'm not sure that it will have the serious grunt I'm looking for -- although I'm sure other AG products would - just too big for me. Any thoughts? Am I just trying to put a round peg in a square hole? I'm open to other creative ideas.