First, yes I've used the search function and found it quite helpful. I still have questions so here we go: Current Rig: I currently have an Avatar 210 Neo cab. I use it at home for practice and the occasional small gig (I use a house rig at church). I power the Avatar with a Markbass LMII, which I like a great deal. Bass is a new Sadowsky RV5-PJ, which is pure heaven. A couple of pedals in-between. Why change? I've never really liked the brittle high end on the Avatar (tweeter turned almost off) and while the cab is punchy, I'd like a bit more fullness, warmth and clarity with my punch. The Avatar can handle a B string, but I have a belief that I can do better. To be clear, the Avatar is a great cabinet and a killer value both in and above its price range (part of the reason for this post - I don't want to dismiss it without being sure I'll get more of what I want sonically). What I'm after: Punch, clarity and warmth with a smooth (not scooped or exaggerated) delivery in the mids and clear highs that blend into the overall tone and aren't brittle. I play finger style but not slap, so speed and articulation matter. I'd like to keep my LM II for an amp - I like it. I'm not interested in building a stack, just want one cab that can get it done and done well at home and in small-ish venues. That said, I'd like to stay with a cab about the same size as the Avatar -or smaller- for hauling purposes. Questions: Am I fishing in the right pond by considering Bergantino to get me what I'm after? I'm still lost in the different lines and models, but based on my homework so far, I am drawn to either the HS-210 or possily an HT112 or AE112. I also wonder a little about AccuGroove Tri112 or even a Tri110. Other thoughts on what Berg cabinet(s) to check out? Other brands? Thanks all!