I'm currently in the market for a new cab 4x10 and have a problem with choosing the right impendance. While in the back of my head I know that I'll most likely never need anything more than a 4x10, I still have the perfectionistic idea of keeping my rig extendable. I'm running a QSC PLX2402 poweramp, specs are here: http://www.qscaudio.com/products/amps/plx/plx.htm All of the cabs are rated at approx. 700-800w. Scenarios: 1) 8 ohm cab I could get an 8ohm cab, run it in bridged mode, receiving up to 1500w. When extending, I could add another 8ohm cab, daisy-chain them and receive up to 2400w @ 4ohm. 2) 4 ohm cab While only having one cab I could run in either bridged mono or stereo mode, receiving up to 2400w (have to be careful, then) or 700w respectively. When extending, I can't daisy-chain them because the impendance of 2.6 ohms isn't supported by the QSC. But I could run in parallel/stereo mode with each cab getting 700w. Questions: 1) Are the scenarios correct? Did I miss anything? 2) What would you suggest? 3) Is it overkill? 4) The PLX outputs "only" 700w @ 4ohm. Would this underpowering of a cab that's rated at 750w (Epi) or 800w (Accu) be dangerous? To help me in choosing the actual type of cab, look here: http://www.talkbass.com/forum/showthread.php?s=&threadid=112821 Thanks for reading!