As it turned out, the 1x8 in the photo on the LDS site is mine. When I saw it on the site with the blue baffle, I had a bad feeling about things. Then when I saw the package was 38 lbs on the FedEx site, I was a little worried. I weighed the package when I got it - sure enough it was 38 lbs. I took it home hoping that there was some heavy packaging in the box - perhaps a wooden crate. So the first disappointment was the blue baffle - I ordered black. Second thing is the attenuator is on the side and not on the back like I asked. Third thing is there is no cart - heck I'm not even sure now if they charged me for it but I sure as heck ordered it. Fourth thing is I was trying to work out how the compartment on top added 9 lbs to the weight because now at 34 lbs, it's even heavier than the B-1 and the idea of the sub-30 lb rig is definitely blown. At this stage I was not in a good mood and I was figuring that even if I sent it back and got my money back, I just incurred USD 120 in freight charges plus another CAD 45 in duties and taxes. So naturally I called Don. The first thing he did was to check the order and sure enough a lot of the things I spoke to him about multiple times (such as the cart) as well as with the guy who took my original order, were simply not noted down. To get to the point, he was very apologetic and offered to take it back and build another one and split the shipping on the return and on the new one (which is still more money for me) and he also offered to send the cart free of charge. Apparently I just got really unlucky although this could also be the result of them coping with growing demand. My recommendation is that especially if you choose some options that are not standard, double-check and triple-check your order with LDS and make sure it is correct before they build and before they send the cab to you. Although I spent about four hours playing through the cab and comparing it to the B-1 and using them both together, I'm not going to post about that just yet as I want to do a lot more testing and try the cabs in various situations. The only thing I will say is that the LDS has a lot of top end (arguably too much) but it can cope with the bottom end just fine too. Even with the tweeter fully attenuated (-2 dB) I have to roll of the Focus brite control completely and the treble almost completely on the channel with the AMT otherwise the hiss and the various resonances and finger noise picked up by the mic are horrible. I've never had to do that before.