So I'm looking at getting a Thiele cab, and I have a few options, and was looking for some input. 1) Get a TRM cab (~$180 w/ shipping), then buy a speaker (I figure around $150 w/ shipping - possibly a ceramic SRO, the Alnico are too low wattage), cover the cab in white tolex or stain it. The advantage here is that I can put whatever EVM12L variant I want in it for around $100-$150+ s/h 2) Buy a custom built (806 specs) cab with a 300w series II EVM12L already in it. It is covered in carpet so I'd have to strip that crap off and tolex it. Looking at ~$335 w/ shipping. 3) Buy a Mesa Thiele cab with an EVM12L (also series II) in it. Probably strip the tolex and redo it in white. The problem with the Mesa cab is IDK if it is really a proper 806 thiele spec cab. For all I know it could have been one of the newer ones designed for the C90 speaker, and someone threw an EVM12L in it, which would really kinda defeat the purpose. I will email the seller to see if he is the original owner. Is there any way to tell from the cab itself whether it is an 806-spec or a later c90 spec cab? It would be nice to get the speaker and cab all in one go, but getting them separately offers the most flexibility. That route would likely be upwards of $10-50 more than the others with separate shipping, etc. Opinions? Thanks!