I've got a Vox AC15 for gigging but I live in a flat so it's really no use for home playing. A couple of years ago, I got a Yamaha THR10C for noodling on the couch. I've barely used it as I never really took to it. The reviews of it are amazing so I'm sure it's the practice amp for others but I just couldn't gel with it. I went into a shop today tried a Fender Mustang GT40 and thought it was great fun. I just messed around with the presets, but I can see the potential for spending some time dialling in some really good sounds. The screen helps so much, the ability to add stompboxes in whichever order you like and tweak the dials is great. Just seems to have so much more useful functionality. But all the user reviews of it are quite poor, so I don't know what they're hearing that I'm missing. The pro reviews are good though. Its cheaper than a Yamaha so most would see it as a trade down but it just seems better for me. Any one got a GT40 can chip in how they feel about it after having it a while, or if you have a Yamaha THR to compare? Any other home playing options? I love my valve amp for gigging, but for home use modelling would seem to be the way to go.