I've spent at least 1 day a week for the past 2 months trying head/cab combinations, looking to upgrade. My original budget was $600-ish, but having made the "mistake" of trying nicer stuff, that number potentially tripled. 2 or 3 days ago, I came across a GK400RB III head for a little over $200, and just yesterday, a local shop owner (where I take lessons) called me & said he just got in a used, Peavey 4x10 from 2007. It's too big to keep in his tiny shop, so he's looking to get rid of it quick, i.e. preferably today, @ $250. Funny thing was, when he called me, I had just clicked on the SWR Product page to look up 350 & 350x info not more than 20 seconds earlier. Don't know the model name of the 4x10 just yet. The only way I'd be able to demo this combination would be to buy the GK head after trying it at one store, and then bringing it to the other shop to see how it sounds thru the Peavey cab. So, I can grab this GK/Peavey pairing this weekend, or continue saving until after the holidays, and go for one of the nicer setups I've tried, which would be far more than I'd probably ever need, but darn, they sound great! I've never tried any cabs from Peavey. Their cabs seem to be considered good bang-for-the-buck equipment, indestructable, albeit normally weighing a ton. The GK 400RB series heads are almost universally praised, from what I've read. What can I expect from either/both of these components, especially in tandem? Brief history: playing less than a year, progressing slowly but surely, never gigged (yet, but it's a possibility down the road), and using an acoustic b20 practice amp. Started on an Ibanez GSR200; now have a Lakland 44-02, which I love. Most of what I enjoy playing would be considered classic rock, 60's forward. Currently trying to transcribe some Peter Gabriel stuff (Tony Levin). My lessons usually cover jazz & blues, atm. All almost exclusively finger-style. As a final note, the units I've really liked so far have been either a Traynor YBA200-2 or TecAmp Puma 500 head w/ either a Aguilar GS212 or Berg HT322 (used) cab.