Isn't great when you get new gear? You pay all that hard earned money, then you get to take it home and play your little heart out! Okay, check this out: I bought the Peavey Firebass II and 410 cab on 10/30. I go over all the specs with the sales guy and he assures me everything is taken care of. I make sure the cab is rated at 4 ohms, and the guy throws my gear onto a hand-truck and loads it into my truck for me. So, I drive straight from there to my gig, set up, plug in, and start fiddling around. After my (loud) drummer kicks in I realize I'm not getting as much power as I thought I would. Then, at a break, I'm checking out my stuff, and realize that the cab is an 8 ohm cab, not 4. The store's already closed so I call the next day, and the sales guy says that the 4 ohm is on order and it will be in on 11/13. Man, now I gotta wait two weeks. So I call them on 11/13, and sure enough, they got their Peavey order, but the cab was missing from the shipment. I told the guy that I needed this for gigs, and that not having it was a terrible inconvenience. He said it's going to take until 11/27 for it to come in, and that's at the earliest! That would be almost a full month from the time that I purchased it! Then he starts talking about how I could just run another 8 ohm cab into it (DUH?!), and he doesn't see why the 8 ohm isn't enough for my gigs, and that he doesn't like to run cabs at 2 ohms anyway? What do you guys think I should do? This store should compensate me in some way for schilling out a lot of money and not getting the merchandise when I was told I would? What would be fare compensation, and what are the odds I'd get it? Also, I don't want to run another cab right now, carrying around the 410 is enough of a monster. Is there any danger or problems with running it at 2 ohms occassionaly by adding another 4 ohm cab? I'm really quite pissed that I have to spend so much of my personal time doing this.