I 've been reading about effects loops and one of the take-aways has been that reverb (among other effects) sounds way better if you can put it in an effects loop rather than in the front end of the amp. It also seems that most, if not all, built-in reverb effects are after the pre-amp. Given all the debates about tone-wood and tubes, etc., I would think that something that makes such a noticeable difference would be a big deal at TDPRI. But then I often see posters say that they don't care if an amp has a effects loop or built-in reverb as they can just use a pedal in the front? What am I missing?