The recent "Heavy Demands" thread was very helpful -I enjoy the same amount of butt-ugly speaker-punishing low end from effects and such. But my situation is that I need a cab for (a) at-home practice, and (b) small venues, something that has the same low-end-handling capabilities as the Schroeders or Bassons but at low/moderate volume. It's not that I need to hear every harmonic while I play, I just don't want to destroy my speakers. My apartment is small, and I actually take a cab to gigs. So a Schroeder 1210 could be awesome, but I have not tried one. A 410 or similar size might not fit in the trunk of a cab. I have tried an EA VL210, an SWR 210, and a Bag End D10-BXD, and they all give up as soon as the signal gets to pushing those dirty lows. Again, I am not even playing at high volume, this is moderate apartment-level playing I'm talking about that makes the speakers flutter and blatt and go on strike. A lot of players recommend an Ampeg fridge (or Berg NV610) for this sort of thing- does having more speakers generally reduce the farting-out effect? Would it make more sense for me to use two 8-ohm 210s than one 4-ohm 210, given the same wattage? In short, in your experience, what is the best small cab setup for handling offensive lows without farting out?