I have grown sick and tired of the mud slinging about Behringer, it sucks, it's great, moral issues, ethic issues, etc.... This is what I have done and will do, I have purchased the Behringer bx3000t head and BA410 cab, both their top of the line and the 4 ohm cab will allow me to push the head to it's limit. I am going to use this set up exclusively for the forseeable future in both gigs and rehearsals. I am going to write on this space exactly my experiences, completely unbiased with all warts and stars included. Now, I have owned and currently own Ampeg, Trace Elliot, SWR and Peavey bass amps and cabs. I couldn't care less about product loyalty, brand loyalty, type of bass whatever, this "diary" is to present an unbiased look at the products. I am going to use a Yamaha BB1500A and a Passive Fender with the set up. I don't see the courts have removed Behringer from the shelves due to any violation, therefore I suspect they have not violated any laws. To begin with, the cab is very heavy and the position of the wheels is horrible, not an easy time moving the cab. Turn the horn off, an annoying hiss comes from that and it doesn't add to the sound at all. The cab has a good, punchy sound and is ported at the bottom, good decent thump and articulation. The head is relatively heavy, however it seems well put together. To get the sound I am looking for some tweaking was needed, however I was able to dial in exactly what I was looking for, nothing lacking however the bright switch should go the same route as the horn, don't use it unless you like a hissing sound. So far I have found a good, serviceable tone and all is together as it should be. First rehearsal is this evening and I will let you know how that goes.