Too bad they are so hard to get ahold of! Even the phone number on their website has been disconnected, lol. I couldn't believe I found the first one used last year, and I just got the second one Monday. Holy crap I am in heaven. The bottom Flite is loaded with a 500w Kappa Pro LF (low frequency) and the top with a regular Kappa Pro. Once I found the sweet spot on the shockingly front mounted mid boost/cut (imagine putting a tonal adjustment feature where you can reach it! Hello? Ampeg?) this thing just lights up the room. Huge, punchy, and full of low B rumble. Of course it's not the growlingest thing around if you want that super jazzy sound, but it has a surprisingly gnarly slap tone for a 2x15 rig. That little mid driver has a lot more spank than I expected. Sorry for the crappy pic, I'll replace it with a better one soon. If you drop one from more than 3 feet on a corner it will probably crack like balsa, but they sound GREAT and are plain stunningly light. I'll take my chances, for sure. Top to bottom: Luggage handle-style SKB Roto-Rack ($80) with 2500w power amp (POS Behringer $280) an RBI ($240 scratched demo) = 70lbs Flite 155 = 28lbs (used from Tony Moore $360) Flite LF = 36lb (used from a TBer $260) Total weight = 134lbs Total cost = $1220 First gig with it is tonight, can't wait! My cabinet GAS has been officially alka-seltzered for a while. Now if I can just swap out that Behringer for a Stewart 1.2......... Anybody else put together a stack made to shake the butt without breaking the back or the bank?