Hello, again, Thought to revisit this post and bring you up to date. I've given this some thought and realized that many of the stock cab models within the HeadRush are good quality cabs models, but not necessarily the best quality ones. Thanks to @littlebadboy and one other forum member from another forum, it's been possible for me to research additional IR cab models; downloading several useful ones. My HeadRush library now contains the Naked Fender Vol. 1 and Plexxxy Vol. 1 Choptones packs. Gotta say, when using the IRs the way the Choptones video describes, the tone gets big! My CRUNCH rig now sounds like EVH's brown sound, much to my delight! I've also tweaked my EJ DOVER rig so that the amp model instead of a '69 Plexi amp model, now sports a '82 Plexi Mod 84, that sounds awesome paired with one of the Choptones 4x12 Marshall cab IRs. Lastly the CLEAN & SMOOTH rigs received some EQ and boost level tweaks, so that CLEAN remains clean up until diming the guitar volume knob, and SMOOTH has been tweaked for EQ, gain, and level. Most all is set for gain unity such that none of my rigs overloads the output before FRFR speaker. I've tried to pace myself regards my schedule so that I don't overdo things too much. Am hoping that things will be not so much of a burden anymore, and that toiling away relentlessly will be easier on my back, which has been the source of my recent concern. This is why I've strongly suggested to folks who lift, to do so with their knees, not their back. Failure to learn from this only causes injury. The diet and exercise thing has been working, but strength-training is only as valuable as any other kind of training you may receive; unless you practice it, you won't remember it.