So here goes my first thread.. I'm looking for comments/help with 112 issues that have not been found in previous threads. I've been mostly a lurker here at TalkBass and my research of the recent and older threads regarding Bergantino, Epifani and Euphonic Audio 112 cabs has helped to inform my purchases of an EA and the pair of Bergs. This is a great website! A big thanks to all who post here. I received a pair of HT-112 cabs two days ago and I only have played them at home. I'm comparing with an EA CXL-112 (I own) and an Epifani 210T (I'm borrowing) and I think that I need to hear the Bergs live on a few gigs to decide if they are 'it' for me. The last few weeks a local bassist has allowed me to gig with the Epi and on initial comparison I think that I prefer the deep, open and extended low end response of the Epifani tone, especially in the B and E string registers. On initial comparison with the Epifani, the pair of Bergs with their more present midrange will kick out some serious vibe and get really, really loud with my Walter Woods Ultra. I think that the Bergs naturally shine with slap/pop technique given their refined high end and tight, refined low end. I EQed out some of the high mids and backed off the tweeter attenuator just a bit and found the best useable tone at home for my fingerstyle technique. Even with the bass EQ boosted a bit and trying both cabs on the floor, I could not get to the tone I heard in my head - namely the Epifani low end which seems to naturally complement my usual fingerstyle technique without fuss or hassle. Last week at a local gig I had to cut the low end for the first time in my life when pairing 1200 watts from WW into the borrowed 4 ohm Epifani. I mostly play in a piano trio and we do everything from jazz, pop, rock, and will attempt virtually any request. I generally don't need to 'cut through' as much as I want to fill out and support the music with clean, groovin, deep low end. The EA is all about serious slammin punch and cut, and I think it probably is a little too aggressive for my needs to keep for the long term, especially after giggin with the Epi. I know that I need to hear how the Bergs sit in the live mix but I would like to solicit any feedback regarding any of these specific issues: Has anyone here tried the Berg cabs and noticed an imbalance with low frequency response/too much high mids and high end on first impression? Will I likely notice that the live Berg tone will approach the Epi as described above if I work at it with EQing? Anyone else with the Bergantino HT112s find that they can adequately cover a deep, expansive and open low end tone supportive tone? I think that getting these cabs out of my house will help, I'm wondering how much. Thanks.