While trying to read thru as much info as I could re: Fearful style cabs my eyes started to bleed. The amount of info is overwhelming. Can any of you cab experts on TB give me some simple reasoning on this issue? To digress: I go way back to ancient Ampeg and Fender Bassman stuff. Most of the time one single very large and heavy 2x15 cab was the normal. Hated them!! The first time I heard a 4x10 cab my knees got weak it sounded so good. Loved them! My current set up is 2 2x10 LDS cabs stacked vertically. I run them with a Walter Woods 1200 watt amp. At almost any venue I get what I want. I suppose I just don't get what the fearful thing is all about. Don't get me wrong, please. I am not being argumentative and honestly want to know because I can afford to buy one without selling off my current cabs and want to know if I should. 1. What does a fearful cab do that my normal set-up won't? 2. Why do all of the configurations revolve around a 6" speaker 3. Why is the combination of a 6 with a larger speaker sonically better? 4. Is the 6" speaker normally a mid-range driver or is it a combo tweeter/mid. 5. Is it really worth changing from hauling 2 2x10's @ 42lbs each to hauling a single cab @ 80-90 lbs. 6. What is the most popular configuration? I am of the school that if it sounds good to me then that is good enough. Some of this may be subjective but I have faith in the TB community to give me straight info. Thanks for your time.