A few folks here have posted inquiries about speakerhole.com, but nothing from anyone who bought their stuff. I needed a cheap amp for practice and any small gig I luck into, so I put together a rig using a speakerhole cab. Since that makes me a guinea pig, I'll share what I know about their stuff: I had ordered a Peavey Mark IV head (used of course), which puts out about 110w@8ohms, 210@4, and 300@2. The speakerhole 1x15 has an 8ohm driver rated at 300wRMS. It cost $85, and I paid $115 w/shipping. Obviously, I'm not gonna see full potential from the head through this cab, but that's what upgrades are for The cab arrived intact and well-packed, about 10 days after I ordered it. The enclosure is particle board (about 5/8"?), and has a volume of about 3 cu ft, plus 2 4"x5" round ports. Gray carpet covering. Rubber feet, metal corners, recessed handles, round grill. The driver has no name on it, but it has a pretty good sized magnet. Overall decent budget materials, decent assembly, and nice looking product (at about 45lbs). Sound: I plugged it in and played. Sounded ok. Turned it up a little and pushed the driver on the E, then down on the B. Sounded fine. Turned the amp up to about 4 before my wife started making faces. Backed off and got good sounds all around. Later, home alone, cranked it up to 6 and rattled the whole house w/low notes for a few seconds before cutting back. Cab stayed clean w/even tone through most of playing range. Loses fullness, but still pumps good, below the D on my B string. I can live w/that. I've now had the cab for about 3wks, and am happy with it. I'm not saying this is some outlandish bargain super-cab, just saying I got my $115 worth easily. Hope this helps anyone who is curious.