My band is excessively loud. I run a stereo rig containing the following. G&L L2000 tuned to D-standard Traynor YCS100 into Traynor 215S 2x15 Traynor DB800 into Eden D410XLT 4x10 I'm looking to sell the Eden and replace it with a 4x12, and eventually replace the 2x15 with the same 4x12. I have my choice narrowed down to two at the exact same price and am not sure which one to buy. Which one should I buy and why? Bergantino NV412 Configuration: 4x12", sealed cabinet design Woofer: 4-12" woofers with vented pole pieces Tweeter: none Frequency Response: 45Hz to 4.5kHz Power Handling: 800 watts (continuous unclipped power) Impedance: 4 ohm Connection: two 1/4" jacks, two Neutrik Speakon Dimensions: 36"H x 24"W x 15"D Weight: 108 lbs. Handle: two side mounted handles, one recessed cup handle top/center, tilt back castors Covering: black Tolex Traynor TC412 Cabinet Program Power (Watts) 900 / 450 (x2) Cabinet Impedance (Ohms) 4 Speaker Configuration - LF (Size / Power) 4x12'' Frequency Response (Hz +/-3dB) 40 - 18k Inputs 2 Speakon / 2 1/4-inch Other Features Metal Corners Tiltback Wheels Metal side, top and bottom bar handles 16 guage punched metal grille Dimensions (DWH, inches) 18.5 x 24.25 x 43.25 Weight (lbs / kg) 112 / 50.8 From what I can see, the traynor has less power handling (program is less than continuous right?) but has much better handles for transportation. But I'm pushing the DB800 to it's max, so if it can't handle 800w easily it's no good to me. What do you think?