Gig with this cab and it's HUGE
Admittedly I'm a Bogner user and fan, but their cabs are beefy. Nothing cheap ever goes into Bogner CS gear. My amp is a 2004 XTC Classic. The V30s sound good in the right context. The Uber cab might be something to look at if you tune down and use an Uber (or any similar amp). It's the same exact cab but with a V30/G12T75's speakers in a criss-crossed X-pattern wired at 16 ohms. Then there are some that take this cab and do a V30/Greeanback X-pattern, or full GB. Regardless, you're paying for the cab, which is killer. The casters are STRONG. I got a think padded cover for mine, and after 10 years,it still looks new (amazing). You'll be able to resale this for what you paid for it if needed. I've blown up other casters by rolling over cracks on sidewalks with other brands but these are big and strong. But again it's the sound of the cabinet which natters most. This thing resonates just right and fills a stage so nicely. When I'm on about 4 with my XTC using this 412 cab, I'm in ECTASY.
COMPARISON: Wish I could compare this can with other brands for you but I can't because I haven't used a comparable cab on stage. I would guess that Mesa, Orange, Deziel and Engl make similar cabs, but I don't see how any of them could be more qualified for the job of an hot rodded Marshall sound than this baby. It thumps nicely.
ON STAGE: To be honest, when I play with bands with two guitarists, honestly, my rig pounds on theirs and a lot of that is do to the cab.
FINAL THOUGHTS: Get the "straight cab". It has a slight lean to front speaker mount panel it but keeping it basically straight allows for more punch in the low end. If you seriously looking at this thing and are not sure, take my word and do it. Make sure to ask about custom colors if that's what you want. I believe Bogner still does those. Once you settle it in and dial in your tone, you won't be disappointed.