This.I completely agree with the advice regarding building your own presets, this was a game changer for me (and I was already blown away). The catalyst for me to grow my own was Cooper Carter's video series, you might want to check this out. FWIW I downloaded Cooper's presets from the tutorials and even though I watched him build them and liked them fine in the video, they were drastically different on my Axe with me playing. You will get there
and welcome to the family Rivertownrocker, and to this awesome forum!
I only use downloaded presets for routing ideas and strategies..... rarely for live or recording purposes.
I've been using the AxeFx for years and I am constantly blown away by the tones available to me through my CLR's and all the different instruments I use. Various steel & nylon string guitars, bass guitars, dobro, ukelele, electric thumb pianos, etc etc.
As was suggested above, create your own patches, keep them simple and season to taste.
Cooper Carters video series is awesome for the beginner. Lots of great stuff to learn about this awesome black box.