Hi there guys, need a bit of advice. I'm looking to purchase a portable amplifier, mostly for practice and recording at home. I play mostly hard rock and metal, but also dabble in blues, funk and the occassional djent. I was pointed to two different amps with a pretty big price gap: The Yamaha THR10 kept getting mentioned and with good reason; it's portable but still sounded pretty darn good and even had the option of running off AA batteries. I don't really live in a huge mansion, so the fact that it takes up very little space but is still relatively versatile and nice sounding is appealing. The newer, less portable option is the Line 6 Spider V 240HC which is kind of a hybrid amp-head that's also a portable amp by itself. It's quite a bit more expensive than the Yamaha and doesn't run on batteries, but also has a lot more customization options and can be used for actual gigs. Does anyone here have any experience with either product? Does the price difference reflect on the actual quality of either amp, i.e. bang for the buck? I already know I'm not going to get the kind of sound a Mesa Boogie XXXLLVV hand-carved by Michael Angelo can deliver, but I just want a good versatile amplifier that's relatively future proof and easy to use.