Hey guys, I recently found a Epifani 410UL2 series 2 with the eminence drivers and the light weight (57 lbs) wood. It seemed like a fine cab with effortless low end and beautiful top. The somewhat suppressed mids that other TB'ers spoke of in the past was very true. Being an Eden fan, I've always like the Enhance control which provided a scooped tone anyway. The UL2 really sounded great on my first two gigs that had rather large stages and little to no reflective surfaces within 10 ft of the cab. I loved it's sound.... Then, I took it to one of my most tone troubled venues this past weekend. It was placed in a corner on a smaller stage and the tone was a disaster. It's rare when I cant seem to dial in my amp. In this case I was using my Markbass LMTube 800. The LMT800 just seems to sound best with this cab compared to my Eden WTX500, Mesa Walkabout or SWR Headlite. On this day it was a real struggle to get any sound out front. The stage seemed absolutely defining loud though. The guys in my band were a little pissed at my apparent volume. When I stepped out to the room, the volume just fell off... I had my trusty gig machine, the Xsonics 212CF in the car which on this gig in the past, I've paired up with my Bergantino AE410 to get the volume I need. Surprisingly that pair works great for me. After the disastrous first set, I placed the Xsonics under the UL2 410 powered by an SWR Amplite and bang! My tone just jumped out into the room for all to hear. Giving my positive experience with the Epifani UL2 410 on the previous gigs I was hoping this would go equally as well and I could relegate my Berg AE410 to the Studio only. The Xsonics 212CF got me through this gig but it wasn't ideal along with the UL410. The cabs just sound too different without separate EQ's for both. Also, I did experience some minor low end phase cancelling which in this case helped the huge stage volume a bit. Do you guys have any suggestions on how I can get the Epifani out in the room better? I'd really like it to be a one cab to fit all situations. I'm always using my FDeck HPF3 but even turned up to 80Hz it didn't really help get the mids out in this venue. I don't have much room to move the cab out of the corner.... I just don't know what other tricks I could do... Any ideas?