I got my new BNA F112 a few days back and have had a chance to play some gigs on it and I can give you some thoughts. I have used this on 3 gigs and a rehearsal and to say it is everything Mark and Dave have claimed it to be. The first thing you notice is how professionally built these boxes are, this is not the bass cab you and your father built in the garage, this is every bit as profession as anything else on the market, actually looks better than my old EA 410. Mine is a custom red cab, white baffle and black grill. Somehow it is classy and looks totally rock n roll at the same time.. This baby has a 12, a 5 and a tweeter with an attenuation dial and a button to switch between upright voiced crossover or standard comes in at 37lbs. It also has a tilt-back option which is very cool i just haven't needed to use it yet because it disperses sound so well. Before this cab I had a Bergantino 210, 37lbs for my small local rig, I really liked this cab before i played my BNA, it was comparable in price and had a nice tone. I just figured it would always have to deal with having a small cab break up when when pushed but now I don't have to settle. The BNA is crazy, I have not had it break up yet, 3 gigs one outdoor private party, one inside restaurant gig and one honky tonk, all with drums and I have not ran out of room to go up, I actually had to turn down at the honky tonk gig. I payed for this cab, it was not free so don't think i am just blowing smoke, this cab is legit. Lets not kid ourselves, its 37lb cab and it has one 12 in it so it has its limitations. You may ask "can you play this in a rock band competing with a half stack?" Probably not, but will it hang with all your small, midsized and reasonable volume big gigs, with out a doubt YES! I am very please, this might be the last small cab ill ever buy, I am hooked. I live in Austin, i will be playing this cab Sunday at the Whitehorse if you are close by and want to check it out in person.