Several years ago, I owned a Gallien-Krueger Neo 212 (first gen) that I used for rock and metal gigs. Eventually, I traded it for a Neo 410, finding it to be a bit more suited to my style with its rounder sound. I've been using the 410 ever since, primarily with a GK MB Fusion. I love the combo. Presently, I'm in an odd dilemma. I've been considering a Neo 112-II to pair with my GK MB Fusion as a portable practice/gig rig. It had me thinking: what if, instead of just one, I get a pair and replace my Neo 410 altogether? It would give me modular flexibility for home and the stage. Music-wise, I'm still playing progressive rock, metal, post-punk/new wave, etc. - usually with one or two guitarists, multiple vocalists, a drummer, and a few less conventional instruments (cello, keys, hand percussion, etc.). I'm wondering if anyone has made a switch like this and what they thought of it. I'm particularly interested in the volume/headroom comparison, as well as low end (if prior experience serves me right, my old Neo 212 had a more prominent midrange than the 410, but I don't know how a pair of 1x12s will compare in terms of low end). Power-wise, a 112 stack seems better matched to my head, too - 250W per 300W cab instead of 350W for an 800W 4x10. Ideally, I'd like to maintain a similar potential of volume, clarity, and low end when I use the stack. Am I being unrealistic, or will these two independently boxed 12" speakers compare favorably in this way to their 4x10 cousin?