Great, versatile cab
This cab is constructed well and sounds great with the Vintage 30's. What really sold me on this cab is its versatility--you can "go small" with a 212, saving stage and van space (and my back), and still have plenty of power live. But, with this being 16ohm with a link jack for daisy chaining, you can run different combos of stacks--I've been running a "3/4" stack with the Orange 412 Crush Pro.
I only have two slight drawbacks: 1. With all Orange cabs, no wheels. I know there's some tonal reasoning behind that, but loading is a bit annoying and Orange's are heavy. Luckily this is only the 212. 2. If you're playing mostly distorted/over-driven guitar, Vintage 30's are the way to go. But sometimes I feel like they get a bit fuzzy. I personally like mixing V30's with other speaker cabs. I'm using the "Voice of the World" speakers in conjunction. I feel like it gives a fuller tone--but that doesn't matter if you're mic'd and they only get one cab.