For those who saw my recent megathread here, I turned the "Enhance" knob completely to the left and was quite surprised by the increase in growl and overall presence/volume I got. I have not yet tried this but in individual practice, but the results are already promising. I had the master at 12 and gain at about 9 and it was already loud enough to shake the room without the compression light coming on at all. Then I bumped the gain up to 12 and almost broke the foundation of my new house. And still the compression light did not come on. I must have been sending TONS of super-low lows to the Schroeder with the Enhance knob all the way at 3... man am I a moron! No wonder the compression light was coming on like crazy and I was getting unpleasant noises out of my G&L. Anyway I am pleased by this discovery and happy to report that I was not even unhappy with the tone with the enhance knob completely off. I had everything else dead flat, master at half, gain at 9, and it sounded pleasantly beefy, a little bit of growl but not too trebly. I really could tell what my basses sounded like. I even plugged in my passive Ibanez Roadstar II(which I will be selling soon if anyone's interested ahem) and it sounded louder than ever before. My next question is, is the Eden 800 upgrade to the "B" series 800 worth it? I don't need this right away but it is something I am considering if I keep my WT 800, which I would like to do. The upgrade costs almost $500 (not counting shipping it to Montrose, MN) for older model WT800s, which I am pretty sure is what I have, thought not positive. I will have to check the serial # I guess because it is only $150 to upgrade an early 2005 800 to an 800B. Anyway, even if it is $500, it would open up a realm of cab configuration possibilities. Right now, I am pretty much limited to either running bridged mono into 8 ohms or both amps stereo each into 4 ohms. The 800B can do the following (from the PDF manual on Eden's website): 300 watts at 8 ohms into each amp stereo 440 watts at 4 ohms into each amp stereo 550 watts at 2 ohms into each amp stereo 880 watts into 8 ohms bridged mono (perfect for my 8 ohm Schroeder 1212 cab) 1100 watts into 4 ohms bridged mono (perfect for running the 1212 with another 8 ohm cab...two 1212s maybe...good God that would be insane....) Wait a sec...can you run bridged mono mode into 2 cabs with this new 4 ohm option? I don't see why not..... would putting 1100 watts into two 8 ohm cabs be a bad idea (if one is a Schroeder 1212 1000 watt cab...) Anyway, all kinds of questions... I value any and all advice I get on this board!