You found: a straight. You got: a 1960BV. You beat: me before I could find it. Not just satisfied to playing "any old Celestion-loaded thing" like many fasdgety friends of my youth, you wisely chose Marshall. This is the Eve to your Adam. The box to match the head designed to carry you to your next level: sireing several dozen RIAA-awards to adorn your future $4.6M Malibu Colony condo, which never, ever sees your presence due to endlessly touring the face of the earth. I have advised many stupid people on gear for years, most of whom squirm and fidget on cost and cry "difficult-to-locate, why can't I use..." No this aint you. Uh-uhh. You bypassed the slant (coccoon beginers' first cab) and went not just for a straight, not just one that had a respectably decent grille, but you picked up The BV. King of all modern 4X12's. You went for the throat and treated yourself to the best upfront! Obviously you take your craft seriously, and its a pretty clear signal to others here about your character - that you wont be wasting time trying to get a good sound going. Sure you could have found a BX (Queen of all modern blah blahh...) with some sweet greenbacks. Or some plain-Jane Lead 1960B with 75's but you went for The Metal with v30's. Well done. You won this war but the battle for the airwaves still rages!