Hi Guys. I'm thoroughly convinced that the Axe-Fx is a truly amazing product and would be an absolute asset for many purposes. In my particular circumstance, I'm still on the fence and I'll tell you why: I'm a former gigging musician who is now a bedroom player. The appeal of getting great tones at bedroom levels and for recording on my Mac is very alluring. However, I'm not sure I would really utilize and maximize what the Axe-Fx offers. When it comes down to it, I only need a couple of tones: "Back in Black", "Lay it Down", and "Crossroads." All of which I can get with the right Marshall (and for less than $1000 used). I do think it's cool to get all those tweed, BFDR, and D-tones, but don't have a real use for them. After the novelty of all these tones wears off, I feel like I'd be back to my meat-and-potatoes tones I grew up with. I might only have two to three patches that I would gravitate towards most of the time. Is the Axe-Fx, therefore, overkill for my purposes? Thanks in advance for your insights.