Aside from the number "What Speakers for a Super Reverb" threads on TGP, I need to ask the question again, albeit with different parameters. I've been talking with Ted Weber about getting something ballsier and warmer for my VS410. The speakers that Rick Hayes recommends in it are 2 10A125's and 2 10F150's, and that's what I got. I used to have this combination in a 63 Concert, but that's really a different sort of beast with no reverb and a solid state rectifier. And the VS410 isn't necessarily a Super, at least not stock. There is a midrange mod and the Diaz trem mod. So, tonight, I plugged up a homemade 2x12 cabinet that's loaded with a ceramic Blue Dog and a ceramic Silver Bell. I really liked what I was hearing, but I have to wonder whether it was a function of them being 12's or a function of them being British-leaning speakers. To weigh my options, I have to say I've thought of the following: 1. Ted's CTS ceramic clones. I've been sort of waiting to see what comes with the Alnico clone release, but it hasn't happened yet. I play with humbuckers primarily, so I wonder if the alnicos by themselves would flab out some. 2. DT-10's. We know they sound good when Derek plays through them, but are they versatile enough? 3. Eminence offerings. Copperhead, Rajin' Cajuns, Legends, Lil' Buddys, etc. 4. Tone Tubbys. What, do you think I'm rich? Would love to try them out, but damn.... 5. A Blue Pup and Silver Bell combo. Does anyone use this? 6. Something else? Anyone who has any offerings/opinions, please do tell. Thanks for reading.