After reading much info on this cabinet on this site as well as the review in BP, I decided to find out for myself what the buzz is all about. Since I use IEM's about 90% of the time, I want to put together a kick butt little rig that is portable, sounds good, and is reasonably priced. With that being said, I purchased a GS112. Now I have read some prefer one, some two. Others say give them tons of power, yet others say you don't need it. Well today I got my cabinet, and decided to give it a work out. Since I have sold my high power amps due to lack of need, the only thing left is a trusty old GK 400RB. I plugged in getting ready to hear this deep buttery tone, but to be perfectly honest it sounded anemic and very ordinary. First thing I conclude is, since my GK is only about 120w or so at 8om, I need to get it down to 4om to give it a bit more umph. I drag out an Eden 210 XLT and combine the two. I will say together they did sound much better, but still I'm not totaly enthralled. Carrying around the 210 to gigs to me is not a viable option. The box is a bit on the heavy side and very hard to get down my narrow basement stairs. This leads me to the heart of my question for you owners. Did two of the GS112's sound quite different than one, or was it just more of the same, but louder? Also, being that 200w is a bit on the weak side, how much do you actually feel is necessary to get the most out of this (these) boxes? I am willing to get another box and or amp if it will make that much of a difference. I feel the portability of the GS adds to it's mystique.(very easy to carry) However if the overall response doesn't point in a favorable direction, I'll probably sell the one I have and try another option. Thank you for any help with my question.