Hi there everyone. After recently reading some posts here about the DB750 being wide sounding and a one trick pony, I was wondering if I was the only one who experienced what I'm about to describe. I used to own the DB750 paired with a GS212. From gig to gig, I noticed huge differences in sound depending on the environment of the venue or rehearsal space. Differences that I could not fix with EQ'ing. Kind of a lack of punch and bottom. Even by switching on the deep switch. Getting tired of this, I changed my gear completely and now am with a Mesa M6 with a Berg HS410. My sound is now pretty much consistent at every gig no matter if it's a wooden floor stage or cement. Before purchasing the M6, I tried it at the store into a DB410 and the sound I got is pretty much still stuck in my head since then. Though I love the sound I'm getting with the Berg I can't help but itch to change cabinets. What I fear though, is getting back into having the same kind of problems I was having before with my Aggie rig. So... Is the Berg design that amazing?? Was there a problem either with the DB750 or the GS212? Anyone rocking a Carbine with a DB410 or anyone who could comment on the problems I used to have and tell me what could have caused it? Thanks!