Okay, here is your chance to sing praises or bash relentlessly, or just vent on the whole digital vs. valve debate. Personally, I've owned around 10 all-valve amps and have now narrowed it down to two Peavey classic combos that I'll probably have for the next 40 years. However, I bought a Line 6 Vetta II combo and a PODxt for any use I could get out of them. So far I switch between the Classics and the Vetta Live. I use the Vetta for almost all of my recording. I also use the PODxt for recording and practice. I'm really impressed with the Vetta and have found it to be far superior to a lot of newer over-bloated amps made today (Newer Marshalls, Mesas, Fenders, etc...) I love the versatility of the Vetta and the endless tone shaping tools. The main challenges I've faced are the complication of so many options. Soundwise, I am one who uses whatever sounds good, and the Vetta does for MY music. I like to slam chords and texturize solos with whatever works and I write songs influenced by soft/classic/hard rock artists. So, What do you guys/gals think of all this? Share your experiences/thoughts on your uses and theories. Talk, discuss, rant and rave!!