Hello! I've lurked for a while but this is my first post. Great community here; lots of useful information. So, recently, I picked up a used Eden WT300 for $300. What can I say? It was a good price, it sounded good, and I've been wanting to get a decent rig anyways. Unfortuantely, I have no cab for it. I played it through an Eden 210 which sounded great, but it was only 8ohms, too heavy (for a 210), and too expensive. I want to go with a single cab for now. I'm hoping to be able to play small gigs, and generally have a rig I enjoy playing out of. I've read lots of good things about Avatar cabs, and the prices and weight are pretty attractive. So, which should I go for, the 212 or 410? 212 has the advantage of being lighter weight and cheaper, while the 410 has more surface area. I'm also not adverse to other recommendations in this general price/size range. I'm young and healthy, but I'll be hauling this thing up a couple flights of stairs every once and a while, so that's why I want to stay weight-conscious. I play a Yamaha BB404F, which is like a fretless jazz, and am looking to buy a Lakland 55-01 when I can scrap some extra cash. Since I'm going to be buying a 5 soon, I want something that can reproduce a low B reasonably well. I'm not sure if I can really articulate what specific sound I'm going for here, especially since I have little experience with bass amplification, but I guess warm and punchy? Ha ha, who doesn't want "warm and punchy?" I guess maybe I'd like more of an emphasis in the lower mids rather than the upper mids, although I'd like a reasonably full-range sound. Thanks for any advice!