Some of you may recall my obsession with finding a multiple 10 loaded cab that was light weight but loud enough to cut through an aggressive guitar player and drummer. I bit the bullet and bought the Epifani 310 Ultralight a few weeks ago. Didn't post until I had the chance to play it at a few gigs. GET THIS CAB! Seriously, this is an outstanding cab...probably the best natural lows of any cab I've ever played through...and balanced from lows to highs. While it has a very deep character, the lows are controlled and tight. I attribute some of this to having only 3 10's as opposed to 4...has the tightness of a 210 but the bigness of a 410, if that makes sense. The tweeter is sweet but kicks in at a pretty low frequency, so I have it rolled off a bit, as I do with most tweeters...I'm not a slapper anymore. It likes my GK 1001RBII better than my Ashdown EVO500. The Epi is clean and uncolored and so is the GK, so they complement each other very well. The Epi/GK combo point out the natural characteristics of each of my basses without making them sound sterile as some hi fi cabs do. It sounds better now that it has been broken in a bit...warmer and punchy. A fellow bassist played a flat wound Longhorn through it last night and it sounded really punchy and even across the spectrum. I highly recommend this cab...I may have found the holy grail of portable powerful cabs...and it only weighs 47 pounds! Most expensive cab I've ever purchased though. Don't be scared of the neo in terms of sound quality...I'll definately keep you posted if I have any reliability problems associated with the neo or any of the other components.