LOL yes @ElectricPhase don't sell it! @PhilosoPhrets (First of all, what a cool name) I like this idea of all noon settings, and adjusting the EQ block and the cabinet to shape the tone. I'll try this for the presets that use an amp block because at least then if I need to adjust anything live I know that my starting point was noon. For those using this trick you will likely need to adjust your knobs to line up with where the editor thinks they are. I noticed that physical knobs at noon did not reflect the same in the editor. I fixed this by setting all pots at one end of the range then loosened the knobs and move them so they would match the editor. The concept of all knobs at noon doesn't work so well when you have a preset that doesn't have an amp block. With no amp block, only the level knob is active. To get a good acoustic sound from an acoustic IR I can't use an amp block. Without an amp block, I can't use the PreTone in the EQ block. I have to use the other 3 PEQs for gain because with no amp block I don't get enough gain/volume. So it would be nice to high pass the 100Hz and reduce the muddiness between 200Hz-400Hz and bring up the 2-5kHz, but I can't do that for the acoustic IR, because I need gain. All that is left is the cabinet roll off, bottom and air for tweaking. So far I can get an OK acoustic sound, but not as good as I could if I could actually use the EQ block for something other than gain. Adding a transparent amp and a GEQ block to the AFB would be a nice solution for those of us who are PEQ challenged.