I currently have a late '80s Hartke 410XL cabinet driven by a GK 400RB head from the same time period. I hadn't played for many years, but I've been playing a lot again lately, and bought a Bassman 25 so I can play upstairs (my main rig is downstairs), and so I could play through headphones (can't wake the toddler!) My problem is this: In many ways, the Bassman sounds better than my old rig! I guess I hadn't really realized how tinny the Hartke sounds; I'm having a difficult time getting a good tone out of it, and the bottom end seems especially weak. I've ordered a new five-string which I'm worried will sound crappy through it. So here's what I'm thinking: given the enthusiasm for (and pricing of) the Avatar cabinets, I think I can convince the wife to let me get one. I'm reluctant to sell the Hartke, because I just don't think I'd get much for it. If I keep the GK 400RB as my amp, as well as the Hartke 410XL, which Avatar cabinet should I add to the mix? 1: Avatar B212 (this is the leading contender) 2: Avatar B115 (since I'm keeping the Hartke, this might mix batter with the 410???) 3. Avatar B112 (lower power demand on the 400RB, but I'm worried it will be overwhelmed by the Hartke) Keep in mind that the GK 400RB will have to power both units (unless I can't get the Hartke to sound good, and have to unplug it). Unfortunately, I won't be able to adjust the volume of each cabinet separately in this configuration. I'm not going to be gigging/moving at all anytime soon, so portability and power/volume are NOT an issue -- I just want my new 5-string to sound as good as possible. Comments are most appreciated!