Hi: As I sit down to do dozens of mixes from a new cab pack (20 cabs!) I shot recently here in Austin using great and rare vintage amps/speaker cabs from Austin Vintage Guitars as well as house cabs at Spoon drummer Jim Enos' recording studio Public Hi-Fi, was wondering if you could give me some feedback. Many Cab Packs (including this one) come with hundreds of IRs. The idea is that you have maximum flexibility in using Cab Lab 3 to blend mics to create your ideal tones. That's good, but... Have gotten a real sense that most players buying Cab Packs simply don't have a lot of time to do audition or fool with lots of custom mix choices. Am hearing you just want great mixes or great one-mic shots right out of the box - ready to go, without a big time investment by you to sort them all out. Also hear from some they sort of view Cab Packs as a supplemental to the Factory Cabs -- "if I can't get the sound I want out of the Factory Cabs, I need to get a Cab Pack that will do the job..." So...in addition to the hundreds of cab IRs and .SYX files a cab pack comes with, QUESTION: what would you like to see in a final Cab Pack product to make using them easier? ------ Here's what I'm thinking now, given discussions with users...reactions, is this on the right track? For every cab, in addition to all core IRs by cab, have a "Producer Picks - Start Here" folder. In this, you'd find: 1. any exceptional one-mic shots the producer thinks is outstanding as a stand-alone use item (could vary by cabinet, from one per cab to maybe three or four selections)...and not every cab my have one, but some may, as standouts. AND 2. Three producer mixed mics for the cab (keeping an overall band mix in mind" -- one balanced, one brighter, one darker. In theory, the balanced one you'd use for live gigs -- go it first, then you could grab the brighter or darker if need to make things sit better. In my own project, that still mean making 50-60 producermixes -- a lot. Or alternatively, at least one "Producer" mix IR of the cab. QUESTION: would that be helpful? Other thoughts? ----- QUESTION: do you like getting LOTS of cabs in a pack, or just a few/handful? I've seen some packs just focus on one cab, for example. QUESTION:Do you want to them to stick to a specific genre of Cab, or have lots of varied choices? For example, would you prefer a Cab pack specific ONLY Fender Tweed amps, or one that mixed them up with Marshalls and boutique amps? Reactions, ideas, feedback? We know other Cab Pack makers have methodologies..really want to know what you, as consumers of these Cab Packs, need from us to make your life easier and make it more likely you'd really audition the cabs and use them in making your tones. Thanks in advance!