So...I went to the local shop to kill some time today. I figured I have an EBS 4x10 that I'm somewhat happy with, but when I bought it, I had nothing to compare it to. I wasn't a smart shopper back then. What I tried out was 2 different setups. First was an Aguilar 2x12. I had to see what all the rage was...I A/B'd it with the EBS 4x10 in the shop and found the Aguilar was thicker, fuller, but lacked the growl and articulate-ness of the EBS. So, I decided I didn't have such a bad rig, after all. But, still not thoroughly content, I then tried out an Aguilar 2x10 on top of an Aguilar 1x15. This was fuller than the 2x12 and had the growl of the EBS. So, I'd come SOOOO close to pulling the trigger, that if I had my EBS cab with me, I would've made the trade right then and there. Of course, that's when I started thinking...DAMNED BRAINS!!! They always get me in trouble! So, I started thinking, if I'm really gonna do this, I need to make an INFORMED decision, right? Well, there are other cabs I've tried that I loved, such as Phil Jones and Accugroove. I've just never tried the ones by these guys that might be most likely to suit my needs: Accugroove El Whappo Jr. and Phil Jones 6T and 9B combination. I've also never played any Epifani cabs...ever! So, I'm curious...what are your experiences with these setups? What did you like, what did you not like? Oh...my style is jazz, blues, rock. I like the definition mids provide, but love the clarity of a sweet treble and full lows...sounds like what everybody's looking for, right? Thoughts???