I only have the EX112s, so I can't speak to the 110's directly. That being said, the 112's will get pretty loud, but I would say they start farting out sooner that most 112s, probably because of the wizzer cone design. I use them (you definitely need 2 for any thing above the quietest gigs) with an MB500 when my loud-but-not-nuclear rock band plays smaller rooms (bars and such), or when we have FOH support with monitors and the load-in is crappy. I suspect even in those circumstances they may be farting a bit when I really wail on my E and B strings, but It's not enough to be noticeable over the drums, guitar and Keyboard. They are midrange-heavy, (even with the added batting) which is actually really nice in smaller room (especially if we are in a corner) and on hollow-box stages, where I generally find the bass gets super muddy. The middy-ness also helps me hear what notes I'm playing in venues where the sound guy subscribes to the "felt and not heard" approach to bass EQ. In any of these cases I usually roll some bass off on my amp so that at least my onstage rig isn't adding to the mud. Predictably, they will go a lot further before farting when I do that. So, overall, I think the EX cabs (the 112's anyway) are good at being moderate- playing moderate volume, giving you moderation across the frequency range, ect. They also make EXCELLENT upright cabs, especially when paired with a GK MB series amp (that's actually what I bought them for in the first place) in that case I roll the high and high mids down to about 9 o'clock to get rid of Piezoness. When I do that they get frighteningly close to MBOL for such an inexpensive cab (again, though, I added batting-and some pillow stuffing, now that I think of it) Wow, that was off-topic, I should really have just put that in a tread about the EX cabs. Sorry, but I hope it's useful!