Over the last year, I've slowly been transitioning to five strings from four. Because of this, I'm thinking I need to reassess my rig. I've had a WT-550 and a pair of Bag End S15-Ds for some time, and have been very happy with my sound. However, I think I may be giving up a lot of low end using the Bags with my fivers. Unfortunately, the only way I can see doing this is to buy something else and A/B them at my leisure under a bunch of different conditions, then sell off the losers. I play old school rock and blues - thuddy flats, no slap, 95% fingerstyle, no flash - and usually run my treble all the way down. No need for tweeters here! I like the light weight of my Bags, and would not consider cabs that are any larger or heavier - my back isn't getting any younger. Anyway, I'm thinking a pair of matched 1x12s is my best starting point, either Eden D112XLTs, or Aguilar GS112s or GS112NTs. I'm willing to consider 10s, but I don't think a pair of 10s will cut it for me - I'd need 4. Reading the specs is driving me nuts - the Edens are published down to 32 Hz and the Aggies 42 Hz, but almost all posters have said the Aggies sounded deeper. What I'm reading here strongly suggests the Aggies, and the GS112NT particularly catch my eye - maybe a pair of 'em or one GS112 and one GS112NT so I would have a tweeter if my tastes change in the future. Comments?