Okay, so I got a general question. It may be too broad to really make any suggestios but I'll throw it out there anyway. Here is the question: Do you have any suggestions on getting a tone thru cans that will in some way approximate the tone I'll get out of the PA? Again, I know you cannot "really" get spot on, but I'm just looking for general points that you guys have learned. So it is obvious that your sound thru any modeler will be different thru headphones vs thru a PA. But, I'm wondering how you guys deal with this. My particular situation is this: Play an HD500 thru a set of Sennheiser HD280 Pro headphones. I only play out at one venue (chruch) which has 4 subs upfront and several PA speakers set up. (so I don't have to worry so much about tweaking to each particular venue). Anyway, when we play on Sunday, I don't have much time to analyze my sound (we play thru in ear monitors-which IMHO aren't very good anyway.) so I hardly ever get a chance to see what I really sound like out in the mix. Our sound guy is way too nice to be critical of anybody's sound. He used to work with some big name acts so he knows what he's doing, I think he just EQs us to his liking and that's the end of it. When I ask other musicians out in the congregation "How'd it sound" I get the typical, "sounded great man" reply. Anyway, any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.