A few years back, I sold the majority of my gear with the intent of switching over to an Axe FX setup. In fact, I was sitting there with the cash in my PayPal and my finger hovering over the BUY button and, for whatever reason, just couldn't pull the trigger. But now I'm in a different space where I'm less skeptical about digital gear and find myself once again pondering the prospects of ditching my "traditional" setup in favor of an AX8... ...but I'm still nervous about it. I play in a church where I've always struggled with stage volume, so something like the AX8 seems ideal for that because I can go direct. BUT... deep editing has always annoyed me, and that seems like a necessary evil that could be entirely overwhelming out of the box. The advent of the Fractal editor seems to be a win in that regard... ...but I'm still nervous about it. I also like the idea of having the ability to integrate scenes and stompbox-style controls, to take full advantage of all the amp models. But that's so different from how I've been playing forever... ...and I'm still nervous about it. It just feels like, if I go through with this, I'll be diving into the deep end of the digital world... and I don't want to drown in it. So, I'm sure there's been conversation here like this in the past, but I'm looking to hear from someone who (hopefully) found themselves in a similar position. Did it work out? Did you hate it? Just looking for some insight, I guess. As well as a better understanding of how the unit works in real time. I don't mind tweaking some, but the experience I had with, for instance, the PODxt Live some years back left a particularly unsavory taste in my mouth that I clearly haven't been able to get past. I don't exactly have the financial ability to do both, so I'd like to avoid the unfortunate reality of hitting the reset button if I can avoid it to begin with. Thanks for your help.