Tl;dr: do you use a separate auxiliary pedal board for cab sims, or do you just run an extra cable from your head's aux output back to the pedalboard? And for those of you running cab sim pedals without an XLR output, where does it go in the chain and how do you get it to FOH? -- Details: So for live use I picked up an AMT Chameleon. I used it on a gig for the first time last night and am really happy with how the sound came out in the room (we recorded the show). Now I'm trying to figure out what is the least fiddly way to set it up. My normal setup is: Malekko B:assmaster-->Xotic BB Bass-->Eventide H9-->Orange TB500. I hit the pre pretty hard and that's part of my sound. Last night, I added: Orange TB500 efx send (so post-preamp)-->AMT Chameleon-->DI-->board. I just had the pedal on the floor with a DI next to it, with a power supply. I could also mount the pedal on my pedalboard, and run a long cable back up front, but then with the DI cable, this is getting to be a lot of cables on the floor. And we don't always have a ton of time for setup and taping things down. Seems like @JimmyM would have an opinion on this with his HPF/LPF setup, but maybe others do too. Relatedly, can anyone recommend a small, passive DI that they like? I really just need something to covert the guitar-level signal to XLR. I suppose the other option would be to see if I can approximate the tone of my Orange head and cab with the Sansamp VT bass (the BBDI doesn't work for me--too scooped) and then just run it in parallel from my board (less cables that way). But I'm not confident that the VTBass will sound anything like my head and cab. Thoughts?