Hey all, I know there's a ton of comparison threads out there, and I didn't want to start another, but I didn't see anywhere that deals with Epifani's UL212 against comparable Berg's (usually I've seen the UL410 compared, but that's a different animal). For the record, I'm running a Demeter HBP-1 into a QSC PLX1804 amp, running one side to push 900W RMS into the Epi. I had the opportunity to try out an old Crest CA6, and while I did see a difference off the bat (though not much), I couldn't justify the slight difference for the significant weight difference. For basses I'm using a 5 str Spector Rebop and a 4 str Kubicki Factor. Basically, while I'm very happy with the tone of the UL212 when playing solo, in a band mix it doesn't seem to cut through quite as much as I'd like. In addition, if I can go modular without breaking the bank, even better. So here are the options I've been thinking of: 1.) AE410 (running through one channel of the 1804 (900W) 2.) 2 x AE210's (either running dual mono 8 ohm - 600W per cab, or both hooked to one side - 450W per cab) 3.) 2 x AE112's (same power config as AE210's) 4.) HT112/EX112 or HT112E/HT112ER (same as above) 5.) Possibly IP112 with an EX112 and ditch the QSC, running the Dem straight into the IP. I love the deep tone I get out of the UL212 and don't want to lose much of that, so I'm not sure if switching back to 10's is the right thing. I prefer a lightweight solution which is why I'm strongly considering a pair of smaller cabs, but I also want to make sure I get the most volume possible for those larger gigs. I'm ready to scrap any of the 2 x 112 options if it's not going to really be any improvement volume-wise over my UL212. Unfortunately the closest shop that carries Berg is in NYC, a couple hours from me, so I appreciate any input before I make the drive down there. Thanks!