Well, my Kemper buyer's remorse finally got the better of me. Got the chance to play through some Synergy modules, and couldn't leave the shop without a couple of them. Picked up the T-DLX and Metro Plex modules. The main reason I'm looking for a new amp is to get Fender-style cleans. I started off by trying the B-MAN module, running via the Syn-5050 power amp into a Friedman 1x12 cab loaded with a G12M. Man, that module puts out a lot of low-end. Was too boomy for me with both a Les Paul and a Suhr Strat. Probably spent 20-30 minutes trying to dial in something a little more forgiving, but couldn't quite get there. I wasn't sure how much of it was the cab, so we switched to the Metropolous Metro Plex module. Fell in love instantly. Had a perfect crunch tone dialled in almost straight away, with none of the bass boom that we had with the B-MAN module. I wasn't actually looking for the Metro Plex module; I didn't know that there were any in the country. Bonus Then the guys unearthed a T-DLX module from out the back, and brought over an Xotic California Classic to try it out with. Just as with the Metro Plex, found it very easy to dial in what I was looking for. Although, man, that Xotic Strat made it so easy. It's as nice sounding, and as nice to play, as any Fender Custom Shop I've tried over the years. I wonder if they take kidneys in part-ex? So yeah, ended up buying both modules. T-DLX sounds like it'll solve my Fender cleans problem, and that Metro Plex was just too good to pass on. I've got a lot going on at the minute, so it'll be a couple of weeks at least before I can sit down with them and spend some serious time with them. I wonder how long it'll be before I pick up some of the other modules?