Is anyone pairing up one of the modern cabinet designs (fearful / fearless, barefaced, bfm ,etc.) with an old, mid power tube amp? Im ready to pull the trigger on a new rig purchase, but I havent heard of anyone using this kind of combination. And these cabs arent for sale at Bass-R-Us, so I cant test drive this setup. Im considering old heads that range from 40 to 50 watts on the low end to a bit over 100 watts on the high end. [Ampeg B25 or V4b, Fender Showman or any of the many variations of Bassman heads] An honest appraisal of how much playing I have time for these days helped me decide against purchasing a brand new amp, even though the MB Prodigy, Ampeg V4b and Fender Bassman 100 all seem like good modern versions of the mid power classic tube amp (although the Prodigy was bumped up into the high power category several months before it went on sale) The plan is to purchase the head and either a 1-12 or 1-15 cab, live with that setup for a few months, and if I like it, purchase a second cab. The best part is that these modern cabs are both very efficient and capable of handling a lot of power. So I can play small gigs now with this set up and get a nice boost in coverage and volume when I add a second cab. But the high power handling would also allow me to switch to a high powered head at some point in the future. This all sounds good to me (on paper), but I havent heard of anyone that is doing anything like this. Can anyone comment on the compatibility of one of these cabs (fearless Bassic 15, Barefaced Compact, etc.) and one of the four amps listed above? And if that seems like a good idea, then two of these cabs and that head would be even better, right?