As written in the title i have purchased the Cab Lab bundle yesterday! The license code was delivered shortly after and i was able to activate Cab Lab in my Ilok, everything worked fine so far. Cab Lab seems very intuitive, it's easy to work with without having to read a manual and it's a real blessing being able to browse and audition through hundreds of IR's on the fly. What i most like about it, is the frequency chart in the upper right corner showing the frequency response of the IR. It's also extremely helpful seing the graph "shift" when mixing IR's, it's a nice visual feedback of what to expect of the IR mix. However there is two things i would like to be added! The numeral frequency representation is very rough showing only 20, 200, 2000 and 20000 hz. I think it would better if there were more frequencies in between so it would be easier to locate and potentially correct undesired frequencies. The second thing is refering to the "correcting" method. As of now my workflow is as follows. I open up AXE EDIT, create a row of shunts and insert a CAB block with my favorite amp. Then i dial in a few parameters that will bring me closer to the desired sound. This is of course not easy as at this point there is no IR loaded yet. I am roughly refering to gain settings, saturation and a few more tweaks, i leave the tone controls at default settings for now. Then i add a CAB block, go to the scratch pad and then i switch to CAB LAB, adding some of my favourite IR's. From this point the workflow is flawless but then it gets tricky.. Not all but most IR's will have a pretty pronounced low end, so i have to switch from CAB LAB to AXE EDIT quite a few times to find the fitting low and high pass settings in the cab block. I think it would be much easier if i could do this directly in the CAB LAB plugin! Thinking a bit further i would not like to do this with low and high pass filters only, it would be much better if there was something like a 5-band graphic EQ built in, so this way we could shape the IR's directly in CAB LAB which would make the plugin way more versatile. Thinking even further a parametric EQ would be even more powerful! This would give endless possibilities where you could not just mix IR's but more being able to refine and even transform IR's to your liking before the mix process starts. I think something like this embedded into CAB LAB would be apretty great option, what do you people think? cheers S.