but I have to TODAY, so I've come to you. I have to downsize my rig due to rising gas costs and a shrinking tour vehicle. We're going from a van to a Honda Element to be exact. Here's my 'problem' and I'd really appreciate your input and advice. I play through an Ampeg SVT CL head, and normally I use the b410he and a single b115 cab (both 8 ohms, making a four ohm load). Now that our tour vehicle is half of what it used to be, i have to do away with the 115. Sadly, the B410HE just doesn't cut it (tonally and ohms) by itself for me or the head. I know I could rewire it to 4 ohms but I've already decided that's not the route I'll be taking. Both those cabs are now for sale, by the way, so feel free to contact me if you are interested. I've found 3, 410 cabs for about the same price on Craigslist and I'm not sure which will suit me best. My band is all over the place, fast, crazy and loud (www.myspace.com/fistfitefistfite), so I need punch, but there are parts that call for a really deep low end as well. So I basically need the cab that does it all. Which would you recommend for me? - 1. Ampeg PR 410 HLF 2. Ampeg 410 HLF 3. Eden D 410 XLT they are all 4 ohms so I can use them by themselves with my head without fear of damage to either end. The ampegs seem like they'd be similar, so I'd like to know how they differ, and which is 'better'? The Eden is the most expensive of the three, but I found a pretty great deal on one so it's on the table. I've also read it's the best of the 3, but it costs more. Is it really that much better than either of these other cabs? Please help.