I'm seriously considering switching over to all-neodymium cabs for the convenience factor alone. I'm aware that neo's have heat issues, namely that the magnets will lose strength if they get overheated to a certain extent. The problem is that I don't understand how much heat a typical speaker sees when it is driven hard with lots of power, for example: two 4x10 cabs driven loudly when getting about 1500 watts each. How hot do they get inside, and if I run them hard on a large stage at that wattage, will neo's approach the kind of heat that will damage them? Are neo's better suited for people who don't stress their gear at high volume and wattages?