Trying to figure out my options. Any ideas on the simplest way to wire a 2x12 cab with two 16 ohm speakers to play 1) Normal parallel mono mode at 8 ohms (I know how to do this of course) PLUS 2) Ability to play either of the speakers individually at 16 ohms, and also both in stereo at 16 ohms with two amps? I have seen the three-jack pre-wired mono/stereo jack plate, but it has a third plug specifically for series mono which I obviously do not need or would ever use with 16 ohm speakers operating at 32 ohms. It seems like I could use just two jacks, a switched jack on one side, and plug in a dummy jack plug for individual speaker operation, but this would only give me the option of using one of the speakers. It also just adds more wiring and another jack to the pure simple parallel connection. Here is the 2x12 8 ohm schematic for the three jack plate which gives the parallel option and the individual/stereo speaker option but with my limited knowledge I'm not sure I understand which are switched jacks and what those middle "NC" jack wires are, and like I said it has the completely unnecessary in this case third jack which would give me 32 ohm series wiring. Is there a simpler way to accomplish 1) and 2)? My current thinking is the simplest approach is one jack and an on/off switch connected to one speaker (instead of the switched jack/dummy plug scenario), and occasionally rotate the speakers so they wear the same. But then I am losing the stereo two amp option which I might want to try out at some point. Any other options? Perhaps I am overthinking this?