I wanted to propose kind of a thought experiment, involving replacing the stock neo speakers in a ported SWR GoLight 410 with neo 10s from the Kappalite series (either the 3010HO, 3010LF, or 3010MB) with the goal of getting a louder output/more air being moved with this one cab, due in part to the greater Xmax of the kappas. It's not that I necessarily want to try a fEARful sort of thing, or try to create a hybrid of sorts or cheat and use an existing box rather than build my own - the idea would be to move more air; to essentially get close to the same characteristics the box has now, but pushing enough air that it would be a similar volume of air displacement as you'd have with more speakers. I confess I don't know much about cab modeling software and am not too familiar with many of the variables, which is why I'm asking the experts what they'd expect to find/hear with this type of configuration. The external specs of the SWR Golight 410 are: Dimensions: Height: 25.25" (64.1 cm), Width: 23" (58.4 cm), Depth: 18.375" (46.7 cm) So - what do you guys think? This cab does lows pretty well. Actually, it does everything fairly well. But I have maxed it out before, mainly when I needed more low end at high volumes, and I really don't want to have to bring additional cabs. I'm looking to see if this cab might be able to be customized into a one-cab solution, and I was thinking that the kappalites, with their great Xmax, could help to push like 1.5 or 2 cabs. Even if I could get 6x10 displacement/volume from it, I think that would be pretty cool! I know this post is likely rife with mistakes, inconsistencies, and a general lack of knowledge about speaker/cabinet design, so don't take it too hard on me. But could this be done to the expected benefit of this cab, given the desired outcome?