A few months back I picked up a Zoom 3GNX. The more I dig into the features and test out the various tones the more impressed I am. Currently I'm running it through the FX loop on a small tube amp, and while I like the tones I think I'd prefer to run it through either studio monitors or an FRFR speaker for two reasons. First, I want to use the Zoom's amp modeling, however I miss my amps native tube tones however don't want to mess with the double EQ mess by running the Zoom in front. Second, I've read that multi effects pedals actually sound best through a completely unbiased speaker so 100% of the processing comes through. Has anyone here made the switch? For 100% home use, practicing and jamming in the family band, would a set of monitors or a standalone FRFR speaker be better? I'm looking at cheaper stuff like used KRK Rokit 8's, Alto/Headrush etc, to start the experiment with. Speaker suggestions in the same ballpark would be greatly appreciated. I will never gig, most likely never record, just looking for the best tone I can get from the pedal. Please share your thoughts, insight, any/all direction is greatly appreciated.