Hello! I've recently become very interested in experimenting with a Virtual Rig at home to compare realistic sounding amps against each other as a way to get a good feel for how the different amps sound against each other (the music shops close to me do not get much varied bass stuff), whilst also being able to experiment with complicated rig set ups like combining different loops, using crossovers/HPF, etc. As mentioned, for now this will just be for at home messing around and experimenting, but if it sounded genuinely really good as compared to my actual amp set up, I would consider bringing a laptop on the road and POTENTIALLY using it live in place of an actual amp. Obviously amp/effect realism is important here as is the ability to have different routing options/complex signal paths. I'd love to have an Axe-FX just for sheer experimentation, but they're obviously rather pricey. I've been suggested Amplitube before as having the most realistic tones, and I'm considering buying the Amplitube Max edition which comes with loads of the officially endorsed custom shop amp models. Now that its 2018 and all the various programs have had updates, would suggest otherwise? Positive Grid BIAS, or Guitar Rig, etc? Thanks all!