Have a sealed 412 cab that has 16ohm Celestion 70/80s in it (guitar player only here - no bass). It's wired for 8ohm L-R (with "stereo" 1/4" input jacks) or 4ohm (right jack only) all mono - if I wanted to swap in 4 - 8ohm EVM 12Ls...... #1 - Is there anyway to wire them in for the use of the original jacks at those same impedances? I know I can wire all 4 in series-parallel to get an 8ohm load overall, but the ease of use (no impedance switch involved) is nice. Can I get a 8ohm load on each side and a 4ohm overall (1 jack) without using an impedance switch? #2 - Is this all just overkill?? Yes - I know that's a loaded question, but.....as an audiophile (self-acclaimed sound goon) I recognize the importance of the best possible reproduction. My powered ATC monitors for the home system can run at massive levels w/out speaker distortion, and I'll never (intentionally) get speaker distortion from the EVs with how I play either - I'm a home guitarist only (and not a good one ). However, that's kind of what attracted me to the EVs in the first place - they put out what you put in. Just looking for thoughts from others who've been down the same path. Currently have 2 EVs in an open-back 2x12 Fender style cab, but can source 2 more. Would I be better off in getting a high quality 2x12 sealed cab for those first?? Thoughts, criticisms, sarcasm - it's all welcome. Just to clarify - mainly blues, southern rock, classic rock is my realm ......... besides my foray into nude flamenco. It's late - we can leave that for another time.