I recently bought a Logidy EPSi to see if it could convert my RP360XP into a reasonable backup for my Eleven Rack. So I tried out the pre-loaded IRs, with the EPSi located after the RP360 and the various RP360 cabs turned off on my favourite Marshall amp patches. The pre-loaded IRs didn't blow me away - they sounded less fizzy, but they were a little muffled sounding for my preferences. I played with the EPSi EQ to brighten things up by the way. Then I bought the Ownhammer modern mix IRs. I assume I should be using the "mic" wav files rather than the "mix" wav files. Anyway, I tried the Scumback set and they sounded better than the preloaded IRs...but still a long way short of my favourite 11R patches. There is this blanket over the amp sound, plus the patches sound a little boomy. Am I missing something? Have I used the wrong IRs (mic vs mix)? The next step is to try out all of the IRs in the Modern Mix set, but I feel I'm missing something or doing it wrong somehow. FYI, I'm using an Alto TS112A powered speaker for my cheap FRFR solution. Works well with my 11R.