Right, I've recently got a Victory Kraken head and would like to be able to play it and record during the many hours of a day in which my children are trying to be or supposed to be asleep (it sometimes feels like all of them). I'm trying to decide between: Two Notes Torpedo Live (easy to use, plug amp and headphones in and start playing. Most expensive.) Two Notes Torpedo Reload (Needs DAW running for cab IRs, but that's hardly a problem, also works as an attenuator, can be used for reamping but I don't see myself doing that. Can handle 150 watts rather than 100.) Suhr Reactive Load (Carries out one function and is supposedly the best "sounding" or "feeling" unit of the lot. Also cheapest.) Fryette Power Station (Wide range of features, tube power for driving speakers after attenuation, line out is frequency compensated but new version coming out has this switchable. Primarily designed as attenuator but also suitable for silent recording/playing). Has anybody got experience of using more than one of these? Have I missed any obvious advantages/disadvantages of any of them? I'm currently favouring the Suhr as it simply concentrates on doing one job well but the Power Station has some sort of "coolness factor" that I'm finding irrationally appealing.