Ok here's the deal. Let's say I wanna power a 300Wrms 8ohms bass guitar speaker and a pair of 150Wrms 16ohms guitar speakers in parellel (so 300Wrms@8ohms if I'm not mistaken). That's 2 channels at 300Wrms 8ohms each. Now they say it's best to have a power amp that gives you double the Wrms of the speakers. So I would need a stereo power amp that gives me 600Wrms per channel, right?... And that's exactly what the Crown CE 4000 does. http://www.djdeals.com/crownCE4000.htm The Crown CE 4000 is priced at 1075$ and the CE 1000 is at 395$. Link for the CE 1000: http://www.djdeals.com/crownCE1000.htm The CE 1000 can operate in bridge mono and give me 900W @ 8-ohm. So if I buy a pair of CE1000 and wire them both in bridged mono, I get 2 channels of 900W@8ohms for 2*395$. That's almost 300$ less than the CE4000 that's good for 2 channels of 600W@8ohms only. If everything above is alright, now here's my question: Is there a "con" I fail to see or is getting a pair of CE1000 instead of a single CE4000 really a good idea? (rackspace isnt an issue in my case). Do I really get more power for less money or am I missing something? Thanks in advance!