Mine is, too. My "go to" preset is a modified version of "Rumble V3 Vintage". It gives me thump and drive, and it isn't too trebly. I've had the Bronco 40 for two years, and the Rumble model is a favorite on that amp, too. They sound so good for simple bass tones like R&B and classic rock. But, I also use models like the Peg, KGB, and the Monster for heavy rock/metal. A major differentiator of the Stage 800, and one of the main reasons I got it over the 800 HD or 500c, is the fact that you can store presets. This is crucial to me. I also have a SansAmp BDDI for amp-less situations; even with that unit, I got the Deluxe model so I can have 6 stored presets. Once I dial in a sound, I want it to be recallable in an instant. This is especially important to me for live play. We played Friday night. The first 3 songs were "Rock Candy", "Gimme 3 Steps", and "When I Come Around". I'm going from the Monster to the Vintage to a dirty Bassman in the first songs. I don't have time to fiddle with knobs, and I don't like using pedal effects if I don't have to. The Stage 800 with the MGT-4 foot switch lets me jump around as needed, especially when the BL starts calling audibles.