Now I can get to work. I completed auditioning all of the presets and patches that come stock with the Mustang GTs. I have deleted the offending tones. (Who comes up with those? Sheesh!) I created my first two basic settings using a Bandmaster amp model with 4x12 cabinet and the 63 Reverb. (I added an overdrive pedal as well.) I'm very pleased with these settings. They work great with my Strat or my Tele. I've also downloaded a couple of patches from the Tone app. I found an excellent Dire Straits patch for Sultans and I really some of the patches from Shane of "In The Blues" youtube fame. It appears that all of the old Fuse presets are included in the Fender Tone Library for the GT. One great thing about the App navigation is the search feature. If you don't want to scroll thru the Amp itself or the even the presets in the App to find what you want you can just search for it quickly. IMO, this amp is a great value. I have absolutely no regrets in getting this little jewel. As fender4life said in one of his posts, the folks who have played with it for a 15 or 20 minutes in a shop and found it wanting, have missed the point. This is not like a tube amp that you turn on and get instant feedback of its nature. The "nature" of the Mustang is to find an amp model, a speaker cab and then tailor the settings to a tone you want to achieve. Those tones are in there.