Hey ya'll, So I don't play out like I used to. School has basically taken over my life, and next year I'm going to law school so school will consume my life even moreso. So I'm considering selling all of my non-guitar gear (amps, pedals, cab) and getting a first-run Axe-FX. They're going for under $1000 on Reverb/Ebay, and should be able get one with selling my gear without having to put any extra money to it. So, my question is, compared to what's out there right now, how do the FIRST RUN Axe-FX's hold up? I'm not sure if I'd get the Ultra or the Standard (they seem to be around the same price used), but if I can find one I'd definitely get the Ultra. I've also looked at the Line 6 Helix, but the first run Ultra's are cheaper still and I have a feeling that even though it's older, it's still better for the price. I hate to leave my t00bs, but when you only have a couple of hours at the end of the night to play, you don't want to have to wait 5 mins for tubes to warm up and to have to plus in your pedalboard when all you wanna do is rock And when I practice at home I'm using VSTs/IRs anyways. TL,DR: For amp modelers under $1000, how do the first-run Axe-FX Ultras/Standards hold up to what's available today?