I was just wondering if anyone out there has directly compared the quality of the amp sims between the Line 6 HD500 and the Yamaha THR10. I'm sure the Line 6 wins in effects and flexibility, but I'm much more concerned with the quality of the sims themselves and how well they record through a simple DAW software. If it makes any difference, I'm mostly looking for edge of breakup sounds and fairly hard rock sounds. I have the HD500 now, and it took me a ton of tweaking to find a usable high gain tone (the JCM800 sim panned hard left and the SLO100 sim panned hard right, both amp sims boosted and tightened up by the tube screamer pedal sim). I found most of the models to sound really inorganic and unusable for my purposes. I was hoping the THR10 might have a better base tone and be more usable across the board. I liked it well enough when I tried it in Guitar Center (the high gain model anyway), but I'm sure the internal spreaders sound a bit different than running the thing through USB and into a DAW system. Any experience is appreciated, even if approached from a different music genre.