Hey Guys, I just bought a Mesa/Boogie M-Pulse 360. Here is the problem, I play in two bands, so I have been using my Eden RR 600 for both. I use the bridged feature to get the full 600 watts going to my 8 ohm cab. When I ordered the M-Pulse I knew it was lower wattage but I wasnt too concerned because the band I want to use it for is nowhere near as loud as my metal band. Just got the M-Pulse and noticed on the back that it is a recommended 4ohm with minimum of 2ohm. No bridged mode like my Eden has. So here is the question, if I get all 600 watts from my Eden into my 8 ohm cab by using bridged mode, how much wattage am I going to lose with this M-pulse? The M-Pulse is already only 360 watts, now without a bridged mode I know it wont be sending all 360 to my 8 ohm cab. Was it a mistake to get the 360? I am slightly concerned here. I love the power of full 600 watts of the Eden, with it I know I never get burried in the mix at shows. Did I make a big mistake by trying to save some money and getting the 360 instead of the M-Pulse 600? Is the 4ohm output into an 8ohm cab going to make a decernable difference? Ok, sorry for rambling, any info would be greatly appreciated.