Hi all. First real post here and I'm already asking for help...sorry about that but... So I switched from guitar to bass 6 months ago. I have my own bass (SX SJB-75C, series/parallel switch) and have been playing through my friend's amp (Traynor YBA-1 into homemade 210 and 115 cabs) for a while now, but I decided it was time to quit leeching off of other people's gear. So I have a refurbished '70s Sunn 200s tube head coming in, and I'm trying to find a cab to go with it. Seeing as I am in college and short of money, I think I will have to go with a single cab instead of my friend's 2 cab setup. The question is: what'll it be? First of all: configuration. My preferred sound is a picked, hard-edged sound that is high in bass and treble and low in mids, a la 80s post-punk bands such as The Cure, Joy Division, and Mission of Burma. I ruled out a 115 configuration because I didn't think it would give me enough top end. Right now I'm thinking about a 410, because the band I'm in is fairly loud and I need to move some air, but I've read some reviews of the Avatar B410 complaining that the 410 didn't give out enough bottom end! (Don't know if that's because of the speakers' size or model, though.) And a 212 would only push 24 inches diameter of air, which is a big step down from the 35 inches I've become used to. Second of all: brand. Every single bassist I like uses Ampeg SVT heads into 810 cabs, but my budget is $400 or less, so... I've been looking at an SVT-410HLF, but the 4ohm design means I won't be able to hook up another cab if I ever feel like it...everybody talks about the Avatars, but as I said above, mixed reviews. Beyond that, I simply don't know which companies make good cabs. So yep...given the above restrictions, is there any hope for me at all? Please help a guy out. Thanks much!