Ok, this is heresy, I know. My absolute favorite tone in the whole world is a 2203 cranked through a 4x greenbacks. But, realistically for everyday playing that's just not practical--even with an attenuator it's still just damned loud for bedroom practice to get the sound right. So--what is the current state of modeling amps, profiling amps, computer software--specfically in reproducing that classic 80s marshall 100watt sound? I don't have the resources to try every combination of what's out there. For those of you that do, or have tried some other options, what comes closest these days? And, after doing it what is your opinion on the value of doing so? Worth spending the $$$$ to have something close enough to the real deal for daily playing? Or save your money and don't bother and enjoy the real deal 1/2 stack when the stars align? For reference, I have the positive grid software running through an iPad out to a very clean fender super 60 since 2012 or so. It comes close--close enough to use and not be frustrated by the sound. But, it's not the same as the real deal. I'm mostly wondering if I'm as close as can be still, or if there's newer/better tech out there now.