Sorry about my complaining. I'm getting ready to put together a rig. Since I'm both a college student and a professional musician, I'm double the cliche of not having a lot of money *LOL*. I'm thinking of putting together a Hartke rig. I've always dug the Hartke sound and their stuff is very affordable. The only problem is I really hate their head and cab ratings. I'm only planning on using a single 4x10 cab, so I want a decently powered match. The heads are nicely powered, but the stereo heads don't appear to be bridgable. Most of the cabs seem to be rated 400 watts at 8 ohms. The HA4000 seems to be a nice mono head, but it's producing 400 watts at 4 ohms, so I would be losing a lot of power by hooking it up to an 8 ohm cab. Hartke needs to either a). make their stereo heads bridgable or b). offer a 4 ohm version of their XL cabs, because I'm not lugging two cabs around just to get the most wattage out of the head. Maybe I'll buy an HA4000 and find a non-Hartke cab to run with it. Sorry about my vent.