Alright, I was on my way home from school, and I turned around the corner and a giant brown box was sitting at my door. It was my Avatar B212. I later went to the local music store and got a Peavey Max 700 head. Both of these products really impressed me. The 212 can create some massive low end, smooth mids, and crisp highs. The horn on it sounds really nice, but I didn't push it past 12 o'clock. I got a 4 Ohm cab because I'm going to get a 4 Ohm B210 to round off my high end later. The Peavey head reaches full 700W at 2 Ohms. So I only run 475W into the 212 right now. The head was much more than I expected. My bass teacher convinced me that Peavey was much better than people made it out to be. He was right. I went into the room where they keep the rigs at the store and got punched in the face with his tone (he plays a '96 Warwick Corvette). It's a really versital head, and there isn't a type of tone that I can think of that I can't get out of it. It's also very very loud. I was shaking the house on 9 o'clock. If I can get some pics I'll be sure to put them on here.