Posted this on HCBF and thought that you guys would be interested in seeing it to. I feel like I've been so dreading writing this thing tough, tough comparison. Here it is anyway. I've been comparing these things for the better part of an hour now and I've come to the conclusion that, overall, neither is signifiantly better or worse, just different. I've played through both brands using my Lakland 55-94, MIA Fender J, and Warwick Corvette Standard, powering them with both a GBE 500H and 400RB. The respective cabs are the Dr. Bass 2060 (12/6/horn) and 1080 (10/8/horn) and an Aguilar GS112. Here's how I rank them 1. 2060, 2. GS112, 3. 1080. Here's why: all 3 cabs handled everything that I threw at them beautifully with the exception of when I cranked the bass on the 3-band eq on the Lakland up all the way. All three started to fall apart at almost exactly the same place. (this was with the bass also cranked on the 500H) Out of the 3, the Aggie was the boomiest but also the least punchy and had the lowest volume output out of the three. The Aggie also didn't have quite the same level of note definition (really getting picky on this one) or clarity. The Aggie was warmer, the Dr. Bass's provided less color and allowed the bass's personality to come through better (if that's what you're into). The Warwick sounded kind of thin through both Dr. Bass's (keep in mind though that I've lowered the pickup hight quite a bit on the Covette to improve note definition) and really sung through the Aggie. It still didn't have really deep bottom end but that's why I bought the Lakland. The Fender came to life through both Dr. Bass's though, truely an amazing sound. The Lakland, heck, that'd sound great through anything, kind like the Dr. Bass's though. All in all, I'll be sticking with the Dr. Bass. All three are great cabs but, in a shootout, you really have to compare the 1080 to the GS112. The Aggie just can't stand up to the 2060 because of pure volume and, I had a 2 spc rack built into the 2060 so my head fits right in -- way easier to carry than the GS112 and a separate head. Again, it's really close but the 2060 wins merely because of pure volume. The tone on each of them comparatively is very subjective. Some are going to prefer the Aggie warmth, some the Dr. Bass punch and clarity. And, the only reason why I put the GS112 above the 1080 was because of the issues with the Corvette. I love that thing through the Aggie. I realize that this is less than scientific but feel free to PM or reply with anything else you'd like to hear or with questions. Again, all three are awsome, not really a better or worse tone, just different. I'll post some pics when I have the time.