I'm seriously thinking about trading or selling my EA VL-210B for an Epifani T-310. I've only had the VL-210 for a couple of weeks but it just isn't my tone. Maybe I haven't given it a fair chance. I had just gotten a Bergantino HT112 two weeks before that and the little cabinet has literally blown me away. My immediate plan is to consign one of my Bag End D10X-D's at Bass Northwest which should get me close to the selling price of a new Bergantino EX112 to run with my HT112. I'm really digging the 12" sound. They just work for me. But I do love the punch of 10" speakers. Then look into making the deal on the Epifani. The Epifani T-310 is almost the same size and weight of the EA VL-210 and the power handling is rated higher on the Epi cab. I'm just feeling that the EA cab is too clean sounding for my style of playing. Brad Johnson said in a prior post that he thinks that some of the folks that haven't been happy with the EA cabinets haven't been EQ'ing them properly. But I've been running the cab with the Alembic F-1X flat as well as the basses. The VL210 seems to reproduce string noise much more than any cabinet I've played through. Which drives me nuts. Should I just try and hang with the VL-210 a bit longer or do my issue have warrent? I know it's my ears and my tone so nobody can really make the final decision but me. I'm just looking for a bit of discussion.