I'm looking at two of these Reinhardt cabs here: http://www.reinhardtamps.com/files/Cabs.html 1. One is a mini-slant cab ala mini-Marshall. "[FONT=Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]2X12 mini slant cab. Made to look like a small version of the slant cabs we all love. These cabs are 23 wide by 25 tall, as I think it looks better to not have them be square. The speakers are on a slanted internal baffle, both on the same plane as some feel that a normal slant cab, with the 2 different planes of speakers causes a slight out of phase issue between the straight and slanted speakers."[/FONT] 2. The other is an oversized straight cab. "[FONT=Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Also available is an oversized 2x12 horizontal cabinet. This cab is 24 tall X 30 wide X 12 deep. Available in either a 2 piece "semi open" back, or a 1 piece closed back, or with both sets of back panels for an additional charge. This oversized cab gives you a bigger 4x12 type tone, but isnt quite as bulky, heavy or expensive as a 4x12."[/FONT] What are the sonic differences between the two? (Take speakers out of the equation for now, as I'm using g12-65s.) I'm guessing the mini-slant will be tighter with more focus, while the oversized cab will have more bottom. Should I be considering for anything else? I'm thinking of pairing one of these up with a Reinhardt Titan amp (36 watts).