Happy Super Bowl TBers! Before we all get drunk on chicken wings, I was wondering if one of you bust a myth for me. I currently use 2 210 cabs (4X10 total), because sometimes I don't need all of the stage volume of the 4 speakers. I was told once, and I'm not sure if they actually knew what they were talking about, that I would be able to find a pair of 112 cabs that I could use as a single cab (smaller gigs or rehearsal) or as a stack. I was told that I would be able to find some that had great low freq response (e.g. wont take a **** on my B string) and could move a lot of air. I'm open to all 112 cabs, price range isn't the problem right now; I'm not going to settle for bargain amps. But so far I've looked into the Bergantino CN112 and the Hartke HX112 (price point comparison of $399 each to $800 each). So is it true that I will have similar sounds coming from 2 112 cabs instead of my 2 210 cabs? Is it worth it to make the switch to the neo 112's to save space and quit carrying around the 210 cabs?