Hi I'm currently impressed with BIAS on the iPhone, and have a Yamaha thr5 and Marshal SL5 amp. I've got a few effects: Way Huge Swollen Pickle, EHX Slammi and Dunlop CryBaby Wah, don't gig (still learning) and would like to improve and consolidate my setup if possible. I could either keep adding the odd effect or two, or double down on digital and gain some extra space in my house. I take music lessons and typically learn a new song every week or two, and would appreciate the ability to easily match tones. Would the Firehawk be a big enough upgrade over BIAS iOS to warrant the cost? Or would I be better off just waiting for BIAS FX and upgrading my iPad 2 to an iPad Air 2? Form factor wise, I love the Amplifi TT as I could hook it up to my monitors very neatly without any additional clutter, but I worry about spending the $399 they want for it in Australia when the effects tech used seems so out of date based on the opinion in these forums. Also the modeled line 6 stomp boxes all seem a little too vintage. No Klon? Unobtainable boutique pedals should be the top of any FX modelers TODO list. Both BIAS/BIAS FX/Jam Up and Amplifi/Firehawk have a 'cloud' user preset download service. Both communities seem to largely pump out presets for metal and little else, which might be cool if you like to get your spandex on, but will leave the rest of us a little cold. Currently I find I resort to recording dry in Loop HD, then playing around with amps and effects during my train commute to work trying to create my own presets. I'd rather just download someone else's if it were available. I have tried apps like SGear, and though I think it sounded much better than BIAS on iOS, on my mac mini there was too much lag to use for practicing with at home. If I were recording I would use it to record dry and re-amp in a heart beat. Please share your thoughts, especially if you have both BIAS iOS and a Firehawk or Pod HD to compare against.