According to Epi's web site listed under 'information' is the release of the 902UL. Proto type should arrive in April and shipping is in May. I was able to road test the 902 in a hot rodded 502 Nick made up for several bassists to try out. It's by far, much better than the original 902. It's now rated at 2x900 watts @ 4 ohms each. You could drive 4-410UL's @ 8 ohms each with no problem. With 900 watts into my 410UL (4 ohms) really opened up it's tonal voicing more so than the 502's 600 watts, it rivaled my Crown MT 1200. I plan on (when the occasion comes up) to drive the 410 on one side and my 2-112's on the other. Nick just set a new standard with switchable power supplies, you won't think of a switchable amp the same after plugging into one of these. The mids are more open with a better low mid punch and the high end really sings through smoothly. The weight will be lighter than the original 902, since there is no need of a transformer or heat sinks. The Performance Series cabs are expected to be ready for shipping early April and the PS600 amp in late April or early May. The PS series is not just a less expensive series from Nick, the PS600 amp is the same as the 502UL, it's a single channel, therefore cuts the price down and the cabs are made of American poplar (not Italian) and the spkr's are not NEO, so again a cut in price. The PS cabs are great sounding cabs, they have an extended frequency range as compared to the UL's. At NAMM, more bassists preferred the PS's to the UL's. Andrew Grouche just joined the Epi family using the PS600 and 2-PS115's.