Page 3 - Finishing up the systemOver the process of a couple months I planned and did some fiberglass work to repair the hole in the rear deck I cut out for the sub, and I located a used ford parts website to get the carpet replaced. Single 10" was now in the trunk in a solid MDF ported (approx. 1 cu ft.) enclosure.I had a matching sub that had been sitting in the basement for a year or so now. The next logical step was to make use of it, but to do that I needed another amp. The Lanzar Vibe 230 was the perfect choice. It was exactly the same design as the 430, except it was a 2 ch instead of a 4 ch. With the addition of a 2nd amp I also picked up a 4 gauge wiring kit with fused and ground d-blocks.Since I had some overheating problems from running the 430 at 2 ohms stereo on all channels I decided to run the 230 only on the fronts, and use the hu for rear fill. With only HU power I decided I didn't have much to gain by using $50 rear speakers so I put the stock 6x8's back in and boxed up the Pioneers to sell on ebay. I now had 2 decent amps, a pair of 10"s in good ported enclosures, some 6-1/2 components, and 6x8 rear fill -- Getting there.At this point I was sigle again so I actually had some MONEY!!It had been a desire of mine for a while now to step up to 12s. I didn't want to spend a ton, but I wanted something decent. Also - the Lanzar Vibe 1200D sure did look like a SWEET amp that would integrate into my system perfectly.I dediced to go with a pair of 12's first. I went with Pyramid again, but these aren't your momma's $30 subs. Obviously, they're not the best subs in the world, but based on most people's opinions of pyramid stuff - I can just about promise you you'd be surprised. The model # is PW1295US. They were built in America by Eminence Audio. Good quality subs, 3" voice coils and 350w rms.