I'm not entirely sure this is the proper subsection of the forum but, if not, hopefully a mod will move this to the right place. Now that that is out of the way...I am looking for recommendations for which multi-effects pedal has the best amp modelling. Because of nasty arthritis in the wrist of my picking hand I am currently learning to play with my fingers, rather than a pick. Obviously, this means that the tone I get has changed (especially when using my SG). Because of this, I am not as happy with my amps as I had been and am now considering buying something different. But in order to help me decide what I want, I would like to try out various amps by using the amp models/sims in a multi-effects pedal. Now I know those are never going to be exactly the same as what they are emulating, I just want to get into the ballpark of various amps as a first step towards choosing a new amp. So which multi-effects pedals offer the best amp modelling/sims? It would be nice if the other effects in the unit were decent, but my main focus here is amp models/sims. It would also help if the unit is reasonably priced (say under $500 - so no Axe FX II units or anything like that) as I don't know if I will keep it after choosing a new amp and do not want to lose too much money when selling it. I know some people will recommend a Fender Mustang amp, and if I have to go for one of those I will, but I would prefer a floor unit (anything from small Pod sized ones up to larger floor units) as I already have a tube amp, and a hybrid amp as a secondary amp, and therefore don't need another amplifier (if it turns out a Mustang is the way to go I will simply sell/trade in the hybrid and replace it with the Mustang). I should add that I only play at home, so this unit won't be used for gigging or anything. Thanks in advance.