Hey guys, I have been saving for a while now, and can finally afford a full Ampeg rig so I want to do it right. Unfortunately in my area, supplies are limited on these models and I will have to order based off of little to no experience playing the actual products. My needs: a 4x10 cab paired with a 300+ watt head. Looking to achieve nice warm Ampeg tone that will cut through the mix and not sound muddy. I love the John Paul Jones style tone in tracks like the lemon song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AbnKzRvNTD8 and Robert Deleo of STP's tone on tracks like interstate love song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dRq0MOfPAo I play mostly fingerstyle. I have modeled my playing style greatly after these two guys. Looking to spend up to $2000, but no more than that. I play alternative rock in the styles of Soundgarden, STP, QOTSA, etc. One guitarist for now, possibly two in the future. My Dilemma: I was originally interested in pairing an SVT 7 Pro Head with an SVT410 HLF Cab. The thing that concerns me is the head will be running at 4 ohms with this cab, so I would be pumping a full 1000 watts into a cab that is rated at 500 watts RMS and losing the ability for possible expansion later. I have heard the SVT 7 Pro is paired well with the PN410 which runs at 8 ohms, but this brings me into the top of my budget and I doubt I will ever need all the wattage the head produces (I've gotten by with a Hartke 300 watt head for years), and I'm not sure if this cab is voiced in the direction I want to go..... so I'm wondering if the extra dough would be better spent on a different SVT head that is better suited to my needs. Your opinions, info, and suggestions are much appreciated. I know there are many options out there for me, but I need a bit of guidance here before I pull the trigger. Thanks folks!