I bought Fretmaster's ODs30SLX head last week, so I figured I need a well-matched cab. Ordered the Mojo 2x12 from here, http://www.mojomusicalsupply.com/cgi-bin/mojotone/MOJOEXT.html with a cane grill, black corners, and the 3-piece removable/convertible back. The brown truck brought her yesterday. http://www.tonecentral.net/Fluetter_mojotone_2x12_cab.jpg http://www.tonecentral.net/Fluetter_mojotone_2x12_cab_2.jpg http://www.tonecentral.net/Fluetter_gearpic_Jun06.jpg A quick review. At first, I was a little disappointed. I had to disassemble the cab to put my pre-Rola G12H30's (T1234, 75Hz cones). The first thing I noticed was that the back panels are MDF, not birch ply as I had expected. Other observations - no washers for the speaker mount bolts. Had to wait till the next morning to load my speakers. :BITCH Finally, the baffle was much thinner than other baffles I have seen - looks like 1/4" or 3/8" ply. Well, let's hear how she sounds. After getting the required washers, I installed the speakers and wired the cab for serial (16 ohm) operation. How does she sound? Stellar. I have to say I think this cab sounds better than both of my 4x12's. A bit fatter, sings a little better, sustains notes longer, and imparts a warmth that really makes the Marshall sound and feel great! For the price ($310 shipped minus speakers, then $100 each for speakers), I would recommend this cab to anyone. It is definitely a vintage tone, however, and you might want to demand birch ply back panels. Oh, and I might add that the speakers are probably helping this cab! Now the wait for my new ODS30SLX will be even more painful. Just thought I'd share.