Have had the chance to play my Mustang I with headphones a few times - it's quite good at that! But I'm not a fan of how the presets were conceived - both in the default choices made by Fender, and by the overlap in how the presets are controlled by the "amp selector" knob and the 3-color system. Was this really the best way to do things? The majority of the v2 amps aren't even available to listen to on the factory settings, which means the would-be user will never hear the Silvertone, HiWatt, etc. if they test it out in Guitar Center. And even once you map those to a preset, do I have to remember that my Silvertone is saved as a '65 Twin with the light being red instead of orange? The Vox Valvetronix series has its own share of problems, but at least it had "Manual" mode, which let you just play the amps and turn off all the other crap without setting that up through a PC. Now, will this be a big deal after I get the amps set up properly in FUSE? Maybe not. But you have to imagine there's a good percentage of users that will never bother with FUSE, and even more that will never buy a Mustang because they didn't like how the presets sounded in the store. And that's too bad.