I'm working at a site about 5 blocks north of Rudys, and I work 7-3, so when I got there, there were very few customers there. I'd never been to Rudys before. So I found my way to the bass room. Pretty good selection of stuff. I saw a really nice G&L L-2000, played it into a Fender 300 Pro, very good sound, I was really impressed. I found the HH Sterling I was looking for, and asked the guy working there if I could play it. He said sure, and asked what I wanted to play it into. I have a 400+, and I saw one there, so I asked about it. He said that it had a problem, it kept blowing fuses, but offered up the Big Block 750. Never played one before, and while it isn't a 400+, I figured what the hell. He asked me what cab I wanted to use. So I looked around, mostly smaller cabs, and then I saw it. A Bergantino NV215, under an NV610. So I pointed to it, and he hooked it up. I wasn't blown away by the sound. But from everything I heard, I knew that the cab would sound much better with a tube head. After talking to the guy for a few minutes, I got it for $920, with a speakon cable. Cheap? No, but well worth it, for what might just be the last new NV215 sold. Here she is: Man, it sounds awesome with the 400+. Just massive. I'm extremely happy with it. After much playing, I think the 400+ might be too clean for my tastes, I might go to an ABM500 instead, because I've heard very good things about an ABM500 and an NV215, but I'll continue to mess around with the 400+ for a good long while. Thanks to everyone here at TB, especially Tombowlus, who steered me towards the NV215, and a great thanks to Rudys Music for actually having one.