*Pulls tab on can of worms and throws* So, I own a TC Electronic BQ500 ($249) head and a Hartke 112B ($299) cabinet. I enjoy them. The small package, the sound, the price, all of it....except for the volume restriction, which is to be expected at this price level. I can't just pick up another matching cab, since it's only available in a 4 ohm configuration. And I can't just get a different head to power the cab due it's own limitations. My idea is.....purchase a matching setup. Like, the same exact thing I have, just double. It would cost the same, if not less, than buying a different set of cabs, or a larger, louder setup. Then, I just run a "bi-amped" setup. I have no desire to make it a true 1-high 1-low set up though. I just want to move more air for a decent price. The BQ head hardly feels like 500 watts, which I can understand since it's class D. But this HAS to at least help some. Amy I crazy? Is it a bad idea? Am I wasting your time making you read this? Thanks.