jchrisf - I don't think you will improve your setup if you are happy with what you've got. If you said you felt limited with your setup or you were looking for a specific experience that your setup isn't giving you, then maybe, yes. My little Mustang I inspired me to do more with my "real" amps. But I wasn't missing anything at home with the real amps until the Mustang gave me more choices and options. The best thing about a good modeler is you have a couple dozen (or more) amps/sounds/effects in one box and can dial them in/up, to suit. Sounds like you already have that. And your setup gives you that real amp in the room experience which can be hard to recreate with a modeler and frfr. You can do it, but as Rhust says, it can be more like listening to an isolated rig played through studio monitors. I dial mine to sound like "amp in the room" but you already have that, it sounds like.