I have compared the 1210 cab to my Ampeg stack SVT15E and SVT410HE and this is my findings. I was using an Ashdown EVO300 11 head in both tests as well as a musicman Stingray bass. The ampeg stack was deeper sounding which had good bottom end, the clarity was average Ampeg, horn was very harsh so i normally turn it off. Loudness was close with maybe the Ampeg stack "sounding" louder as it was deeper. 1210 cabinet was very clear, not as deep and rounded as the stack, but very punchy and a very nice horn even on 50% it sounded sweet.This made it a clear sounding cab and only lacked a bit in fullness to the stack. I then compared it to the Ampeg SVT410HE on its own and the 1210 was a better cab, far more punch and clarity. Conclusion: the 1210 on its own will not beat a full multi cab stack for depth and bass but on its own it is far superior to the single Ampeg cabs.The best match would be 2 x Schroeder cabs in a stack and that would really rock. For size, weight and portability the 1210 is fantastic and i will use just that at smaller gigs. For now at the bigger gigs ( we do not have pa support ) i will still use my Ampeg stack for now. When the time comes to travel light to gigs i will use the 1210. Well done Jorg its everything the Forum says it is, quality product from a quality guy, thanks Jorg. I will feedback other reviews after a few more experiences of the 1210.