Ok, so here's the deal. Equipment: Amp: Hartke 7000, bi-amp, 2x 350w@4ohm amps, not bridgable. Cab: Goliath II 4x10 8ohm, 500w RMS So. Since my head only puts out about 270 watts into 8ohms, I was thinking "why not take full advantage of the dual amps?" Cab should be wired series-parallel (it's not in my hands until tomorrow), so if I wire it so that two drivers are in parallel on each of two inputs, I'd have a stereo cab with 2x 4ohm circuits. I'll put the horn tweeter on one of the circuits and mark it so that I know which input is which. So my question here, with a 4x10 rated at 500w, does that mean that each speaker is only rated at 125w? Therefore, if I do the split, each input would only be rated at 250w..? With the amp putting out 350w per, that could be a problem if this is correct. Would I be running the risk of putting too much power through my drivers? Opinions? Experience with this? General input?