Well, here's my long overdue first revue of my new Bergantino HT210S and EX112S. I've had them for a month, but last night was my first chance to really give them a good test. I plan on running the rig with a QSC RMX1450 and Ashdown preamp, but the Ashdown preamp was damaged in shipping and is at the repair shop as we speak. I run the rig at practice with my GK 800RB, but it just didn't have the power to truly get a good feel for the cabs. These cabs definitely like power! REVIEW Where: We played at a pretty good size club last night that we play regularly, so I'm familiar with the room. Large wooden stage that can make the bass a little boomy and not cut through (always was a prob with my Ampeg cab w/ the horn off b/c it sounded bad w/ my Spectors). We're a metal tribute band with loud drummer and two guitarists with screaming Marshall stacks What: I borrowed my pals QSC RMX850 and Ampeg SVT Pro Preamp POSITIVES: The cabs sounded great. They really cut through the guitars onstage. I heard myself much better than in the past without killing everyone with low end. Clear, crisp, and full tone. Horns can be a problem with bright Spector basses strung with Blue Steel Stainless Steel strings. I ran the horn with just a slight cut and it really helped with clarity but didn't get too hissy or clicky. The other big positive was load in and out. These cabs are so portable it makes it a joy to move vs. large bulky cabs like 4-10"s. NEGATIVES: The only negative is a byproduct of what makes them so portable. They are very narrow in depth (about 11-12 inches deep). This makes them joy to carry. However, at our practice room on the thick carpet, they rocked back and forth a bit. When we set up at the club, my normal space has a little "give" in the stage, and when you stepped in front of the rig, it teetered back and forth, especially with a heavy power amp on top of it (note the feet on the Road Ready case just fit on top, so the front and back of the rack hang out over the cabs). We ended up moving it to a more stable location. It is a true consideration if you are going to stick a deep, heavy head on these cabs. I'm considering putting my rack next to the stack on something else (a 6 space Road Ready with the QSC 1450 and Ashdown pre and tuner/power conditioner is a real concern sitting on these cabs). OVERALL: Incredible cabs, especially for the weight and portability. I wonder if you'd get a little more low end punch with the HT322 (or another all in one cab), but it is hard to say without a side by side comparison. To me, they have the tone while being much easier on the back. Why compromise low end with NEO speakers when you can get these. They are very worth the $$$. Also, JIm Bergantino is great. I emailed him about covers and he sent me numerous emails discussing his thoughts on different amp setups, etc. Wonderfully knowledgeable guy, who is really happy to take the time to talk with his customers. Also, I bought the cabs from Bass Northwest in Seattle, and I was really pleased with them. I'll definitely do business with them again.