Okay, after realizing that Schroeder cabinets are now available in Australia. I threw my plans of getting a 4 ohm 410RBH (to go with my newly aquired 1001RB-II) straight out the window. I plan on getting a Schroeder 21012 in the coming months for an awesome stand alone cab. The main benefits over this cab over my original decision, were the weight (75lbs as opposed to the GK's 92lbs), the frequency response (35Hz as opposed to the GK's 50Hz), and just the fact that so many people are happy with their Schroeder cabs and I have seen barely any people who don't like a thing about them. Now, my dilemma came when I realised that in purchasing a Schroeder, I would be sacrificing the ability to utilize the bi-amp feature on my new GK. I love the fact that you can get a nice growly tone from the main woofer using the boost knob and still retain a smooth top end with the right settings. So I thought I'd get everyones opinion on this. Is it worth sacrificing this function to get a cab which is clearly superior in every aspect? I mean, the Schroeder still has an attenuator, so I'd still have some control... What's everyone think? EDIT: I just thought I'd add that I can get the Schroeder 21012 for about 50 bucks cheaper than the GK over here.