There's a somewhat beatup Peavey 1516 at a local shop for $150, which seems to me like a real good price. I should mention that I own a peavey sessionbass head, so 'the peavey sound' isn't going to be a dealbreaker for me. I've got a couple of queries about the 1516: I can't imagine any reliable cab selling for TOO much less than $150, is this a pretty fair deal, assuming everything's functionally ok? I don't see enough of these available to make a good guess. It's rated for 200 watts, and I've heard the 1516 generally sounds better biamped than full range. How exactly does this work? 200 watts @ 4ohms full range, 100 watts at @ ohms from each channel biamped? That seems pretty logical, but I don't know for sure and I can't find a manual online. Now, I'm not looking for the perfect rig or anything. I'm pretty much looking for a cheap increase of speaker area (currently using a 112) until I get out of school in May, at which point I'll be able to work full time and be a little more choosey about my sound. In the meantime, I'll be using the cab to practice with a metal band I'll be joining shorty. Also, for what it's worth, I have a Johnson J-station and the 1516 model generally sounds pretty good to me (with pretty much any amp model.) At least I think that means I won't HATE the sound. So, I suppose my final question is, given my situation, and assuming it sounds acceptable, would you drop $150 on one of these?