Hi folks, I'm about to move house and down size and I'm really unsure if I should go down the modelling route. Here is my situation. I have a number of non MV valve amps that I only play when gigging and I've not gigged seriously now for over 12 months. My home practice amp is a 57 Champ RI with a dirt pedal up front and thats it. My other amps are now just collecting dust as I dont really gig any longer and its something I wont be doing again. The new place that I'm moving to wont allow for even the Champ to played without causing some concerns. My options as far as I can see are limited. I keep the amps and find a simple solution for attenuation / load box for direct silent recording and play back OR I go and embrace a modeller. My issues with keeping the amps are finding an attenuator and load box that will cover 2 - 16 Ohms and the limited space I have for the amps. I have a iMac (DAW), Apollo interface and Genelec studio monitors BUT I also have some nice amps and lots of different effects I have acquired over the years. I mainly play blues and lower gain rock, so not interested in high gain stuff. If I do go modelling I'm looking for Fender tweed and blackface and a JTM45 models, so how close do the modellers get to a mic'd amp? Thoughts?