I just got done test-driving my new cabinet. Picked it up in Ferndale today, played it a bit in-store, but I came home and played for about an hour. Here's the rundown: 2x12 neo / 2x6 mid drivers (I think mine was the first LDS with the new Eminence neos) 500 watts handling @ 4 ohms 26" wide x 24" tall x 16" deep Fender-style grillcloth and silver corners (to match 70's Bassman head) Spray-on cab coating Pop-out casters (more on that later) My test heads were my 70's Bassman 100 (all tube with 2xGE 5751, a Mullard 12AT7, and 4xRuby 6L6GCSTR) and my 2000 GK 400RB-III. It was designed to primarily mate with a tube head. Sound I A/B'd it against my SWR WM1x15T and JBL MR812 1x12. I needed a 4 ohm load on the Bassman, so I had to use both of the other cabinets. The first thing I (and my girlfriend) noticed was that it was tighter in the low end than the 1x15 and 1x12 stack. I'm not sure how much of this is due to the neo drivers, but I imagine it has some part in it. The 2x6s really define the high-mid with information that was lost on my other cabinets. The rest of the sound was just a lot more balanced the other cabinets. With the Bassman, the cabinet sounded pretty warm, but with the GK, the sound was more brittle in the high-mids (look at all that information!). However, as I turned down the highs and high mids on the GK, the sound changed very much - more like what I'm used to with my 1x15 solo, just tons tighter in the bottom and with more definition across the board. Looks / build quality Don nailed it. Even the spray coating doesn't look all that different than the tolex of my head, especially once you're more than five feet out. The corners look great, even if they are superfluous (most people don't use corners with this coating). The grill cloth looks great and was very solidly done. The cabinet looks and feels like I could beat the hell out of it with no consequences. Portability It's a pretty large box (about like most 4x10s, but on its side), and differently shaped than most 2x12s (because it had to be 26" wide to match the Bassman), but it is only 16" deep. Putting in a backseat was no big deal at all. And the weight - there is none. I wouldn't put it as a pound over 55, and with the handles placed so well, lifting was a breeze, even for the gal. Fit/finish The only problem I have with this cabinet off-hand is that the damn casters don't match. I'm sure it was an honest mistake, and I think I'll have Don send me a matching set, but the cabinet right now has a wobble because of it. I think the flanges are all the same, so it's an easy fix, but still - at what I paid, this should've been avoided. My overall first impression is pretty solid - it really tightens up the bottom of my Bassman head and reveals a ton of sound I wasn't sure existed in the mids. It sounds pretty good with my GK, too. Not having a tweeter to turn off is nice, and the mid drivers round out the sound in a way I prefer much more than tweeters anyway. As soon as I get the caster situation sorted out, I'll be one very happy customer. I'll keep you guys updated, and pictures come tomorrow. Edit: Pics added!