I'm trying to optimise both space and time to practice (i.e. the time it takes from decision to pick up the instrument to when you're actually playing). I mainly play guitar, but also own a bass and like playing it every now and again. I already own a 15W valve head (diy build) which doesn't get used because it's too loud and needs warm up and cooldown time. A Line6 spider IV 75W with pedal control which I positively hate. And finally a zoom g3x which I love, but needs to get pulled out of the drawer and set up with a PC and Stereo/Cans/active speaker every time to be used properly. My use case is home/practice and usb recording, needs to sound good quiet and with headphones (10 month old kid). I want the USB to have both wet and dry channels and possibly reamping. I only want one box to do everything. I don't want to use PC pluggins I don't like being tethered to the PC when not recording. So far I've seen the Yamaha THR 10, the Blackstar BEAM and the Peavey VIP. Everyone is raving about the THRs, and I really like the feature set of the BEAM, but I havn't found a single video ABing the THR and the BEAM particularly on usb recording features, which is odd since I would think it'd be an obvious comparison... Experiences? Opinions? Are there any options I missed? TIA.