Hey guys, So, I've been trying to downsize to a smaller rig lately and settling on the perfect cab setup for my two amps has made me keep going back and forth on what I want and if I'd just be limiting myself if I go too small. I had looked into the Captor X before so I could record silently if I wanted to, but also use it as an attenuator through my cab, which would probably be how it'd get used most of the time... however, I started researching more on how this technology could be used and I'm curious if I could use it to replace the my cabs entirely but still play through them live without hooking up to a recording interface. I already have a Line 6 PowerCab Plus for my FM3 that I really like... I'd like to keep two of my tube amps (a Mesa TA-15 and Mark IV), but have more control over their volume when I can't play loud. Both amps sound great, but need some good volume to really get the goods and that's not always something I can do. Can I use a Captor X or Suhr Reactive Load as a loadbox, crank up the amp and then output directly to the PowerCab and use it as my "cab"? This sounds like a pretty interesting setup and one that would be a LOT more flexible, as I wouldn't even have to worry about what cab and speakers I get, as I'd have thousands of IRs at my disposal with every speaker imaginable. I also gain the recording features when I need them, which is cool as well. The only thing I'm kinda scared of is damaging an amp with one. I've heard some horror stories of people using these and blowing transformers, though not many specifically with these two units. How are you guys using yours and would you recommend them in my situation if I mostly want it for playing at home through the PC+ and not necessarily as a recording tool? Thanks!