Allright TBer's, I've done some searches and I've read some really good things about Schroeder & Acme cabs. I've asked a few questions on the 'Schroeder Megathread', but I'm now also interested in the Acme B-4 cab. Feel free to recommend Bergs, EA's, etc. What I'm looking for is a single cabinet that can: 1. Handle my Roscoe's B-string with ease. 2. Has a great midrangey tone that can cut through the mix. 3. Is loud (Huh??) 4. Does'nt require that I replace my QSC PLX2402 to a more powerful amp to run efficiently. 5. Doesn't weigh over 95 Lbs, something I can easily move by myself. Schroeder's 410 cab and the other 'big box' that utilizes a 12" along with 10"s (sorry, I don't remember the model number) both look interesting. Acme's B-4 is affordable, and their claim of 'flat response' is also of interest to me. Plus, the Acme weighs less that 80 lbs. The one downside I've read about Acme is that they're 'power-hungry'. Question: Running my PLX2402 in bridge-mono @ 8 ohms, I'd have 1500 watts RMS. Would 1500 watts run the Acme to it's fullest potential? I've also read here that bridge-mono mode shortens the lifespan of the amplifier-is this true? Sorry, I'm sure this is a 'Been asked a gillion times question', but I'd really appreciate the input. Thanks, -A.P.