I liked it! I had an opportunity to try out the new line of Phil Jones Bass cabinets, heads, and amps, and was truely impressed. A few of the locals who frequent the Luthiers Access Group were invited to meet Phil and Ben, his brand rep, for an afternoon jam session at LAG, and I was truely blown away by what I heard. In addition to playing through two PJB heads, a combo, and an assortment of cabs, I got to try "the best bass tube amp in the world", and my head is still spinning from the experience!!! If you're not familiar with the PJB line, Phil (who also designs AAD PA and home theater speaker systems) is in the process of revolutionizing the bass amp world with his line of speaker cabs loaded with nothing but 5" drivers. No tweeters, no 10s, 12, or 15....just a wall of little 5" custom drivers. I know that we're constantly being bombarded with "the next big thing" here at TB, but I honestly believe that these cabs will set the bass community on its ear. These cabs were the clearest, tightest, most natural sounding cabs I've ever heard, and are simply amazing when it comes to slap bass. I'm not a slap player (I play 4 string jazz basses and fingerstyle exclusively), but these things are the shiznit when it comes to slap. I've never heard a more responsive, dynamic, and punchy cab, and I spent the last 18 months searching for the perfect cab for my new bass rig. The transient response of the cabs were amazing, whether we're talking about the 8T, 16B, or 24B (with the # designating how many 5" drivers are contained in each cab). I was equally impressed with how the cabs performed for fingerstyle bassists, and an upright sounded great throught a little 500 watt conbo (the SIXPAK). To demostrate that Phil had designed a full-range cab that could compete with cabs with larger drivers and tweeters, we A/Bed an 8T w/ 16B (the equivalent of a 2X10 with a 4X10) against a full range high-end cab from a major competitor. The "other" cab had was loaded with 1X15, 1X12, 1X5, and two tweeters. Without comparison, the PJBs shamed the other cabinet. I felt embaressed for the otehr cab manufacturer that he is charging as much as he is for a cab. The Jones cab went as deep, but wasn't as whoofy and loose. It went as high, but the treble and high end sounded smoothers and more natural (even without a tweeter-this applied to slap bass too), and the mids were more present, punchier, and more detailed. It was a remarkable comparison, and I was shocked at how refined and clear the PJB cabs were, not to mention how LOUD they were due to the coupling effects of all of those little drivers moving back and forth like a huge wall pushing air. One of the guys who was there couldn't get over how thick and phat even the smaller cabs sounded, not to mention when we fired up an SVT-sized 24B outside. I've written detailed reviews of all the gear and they should be up at http://www.bgra.net/bass-rev.php soon. This stuff is a slappers DREAM!