As many of you know I have been in the process of downsizing, this started with an Aggie DB 750 (great head) Eden 410 and an LDS 2 X 10 neo. I loved the light weight of my 2 X 10 (41 lbs.) and detested hauling my eden at 94 lbs., no comments at all on the Aggie but if that thing is 47 lbs, (spec weight) then I'm 7'0" and suiting up for the Pistons tonight! Anyway, I purchased an Eden WT550 after much agonizing and have recently added an LDS 2 X 12 neo (60 lbs.) which is about the size of an Eden 4 X 10. So here's the quickie review. I A/B'd the LDS against a 310IUL Epiphani in LDS when I picked it up and they were so close it was scary. The LDS is warm but fast, much like the Eden head and would not fart on my low B. Anyway I got it home and plugged it in. The combined Rig LDS 210 and 212 with the 550WT puts out 500 watts and weighs 120 lbs. I can carry any two pieces of this rig with my gig bag in one trip. On the old rig the Aggie alone was one trip (My guess on weight of the old rig was 195 lbs.) The only difference I can tell at this point is the Aggie has ridiculous headroom, my Eden has more then enough headroom. The Aggie was warmer at lower volumes, but could get lost on the definition end. This set up is fat, but very punchy. My description of the LDS cabs is this, turn down the Selenium tweeters to halfway to eliminate sizzle and they crank. It's all there, Plenty of defined bottom, punch that hits you in the nards, and high end "click" if you want it for slapping. What these cabs aren't is an SVT 810, but what they are is a great alternative for someone interested in a modern sound with warmth, similar to Epiphani or Bergie HT series. Don will build you anything you anything you desire, but the cool thing is the savings, relative to the quality.