Picked up a used Roland Micro Cube locally off craigslist. I have to say I think it's fantastic for a home practice amp (with or without headphones). I knew what I was getting into cause I had a Cube 30 already. But I wanted something smaller I could leave in the living room and easily grab anywhere that I would mostly use with headphones. Being able to line in other audio (like from your computer or something) is great for practice too. The thing I like about the Micro Cubes compared to some other modelling practice/headphone amps is they have a couple real good clean tones. These days I'm mostly playing clean. Between the blackface and jc models, they both sound great. Some of these other small modelling headphone amps concentrate on the distorted models. Some only have one clean model and sometimes it doesn't stay clean at louder volumes. So far, my favorite small practice amp that's headphone capable .