I got my new SWR Golight 410 8 ohm model yesterday. I have to say that I am pretty impresssed with it so far. It has to be the best neo 410 cab that I have owned. It has a great bottom end as well as nice crispy highs. I ran it through my Hartke LH1000 which bridged mono into 8 ohm puts out 500 watts and the cab even at loud volumes handled it great. It handled my Spector NS 5 XL's B string like a champ. And it gave my 64 Fender Jazz bass relic a nice full funky sound. It has a great slap sound. And a nice rounded fingerstyle sound. It weighs 56 lbs and is very easy to carry. The carpet on it is nice. It's not that old style black kind. It's kinda dark grey. It has both speakon and 1/4 inch jacks. It really seems well constructed. The only thing that bummed me out about it was that is was made in Mexico. I really wish companies would go back making things in America. Now I am a long time SWR user and lover. Especially the Goliath II's. I wish they weren't so darn heavy. So when I heard and read about these cabs I was excited but dubious about them. I have owned 4 neo cabs so far and have not liked them for various reasons. But I have to say that this Golight has really impressed me so far. The last test will be to take it on a gig. So if you have a chance to check on out do so. IMO it's worth it. I will try to post a couple of pics of it later.