My ongoing fight with my rig is that I am looking for a decent option for a stereo DI with cabsim, as well as ideally a looper and a mute. Anything else would be a bonus on top of this as I choose my pedals based on specific sounds and so I don't need the multi-effects or anything like that. For a while I had resigned myself (at best) to an Omnicabsim and (at worse) a Zoom B3 to accomplish this, and just adapt to not having everything I wanted. The solutions were out of my price range or simply overkill. I recently discovered that the Line 6 POD HD500x can do everything I need (and doesn't cost as much as a Helix, which would be nice but I am a minister, not a Jeff Bezos). While I would have to buy the expanded bass cabsims (or find ones to add myself) it has: stereo DI out, with cabinet simulation; built-in looper and mute/tuner; EQ; internal effects loop (which returns stereo, which so many others miss). The multi-effects is not at the top of my list, which is good because it sounds like even the Zoom B3n gets the bass effects better. But for my needs, which would use the effects as secondary, is this going to be too much pedal for my needs, or simply fail, or did I actually find a decent solution!?