So right now I am working on an all in one solution active DI+Reamp box that ensures as little coloration between guitar and amp as much as possible. The big concern about doing both together in one is if you use the DI and the Reamp at the same time, there are some ground loop issues. There are two solutions, 1) Have three ground lifts and the switching matrix (which ones to switch when using certain setups) is a living nightmare or 2) require that two separate 9v sources are used. This would mean that you would need two wall warts to power both the DI and Reamp as each source would go to each side respectively. You would not be able to use a 9v splitter, transformer separated 9v power supplies like the dunlop power brick, will work perfectly, you would just need to use two outputs. The second solution would only require one ground lift that would either be engaged when you are running an amp in parallel on the DI and/or when you are using both DI and Reamp. If the feature where the gutiar amp could be ran into parallel to the DI and the reamp box then a separate ground lift could be added as well, at least the switching would be easier to handle and understand. So what do you guys think? I am also going to be working on the idea of doing ADAT out. If no one is interested in that, I will not bother. If there are any other features you would like to see please speak up. Current Estimated price will be around $150-$200 depending on how much it costs me to build one unit. I will be building the prototype unit this week and will be taking orders when it is done. ALSO: Another possibility would be to make an audio summing mixer so that the parallel DI out and the reamp out connections can be placed together. This would be a passive device and would allow for the second ground lift to be removed from the DI and would let the user be able to to have low latency monitoring (if not zero depending on the hardware being used) of their amp as they play, and have instant reamp playback without needing to do any outboard rewiring. Paired with the Corvus loadbox you could silently record only your DIs, but have monitoring, and instant reamp throughput on playback. This means you can monitor with a tracking tone and record the reamped tones ONLY when you are ready to, saving space and speed on your computer. Eventually I would like the get the DI + Reamp and the Loadbox all in one rackmount unit where any three can be used in combination. That could easily be just as much of an arsenal of tools for a live as much as in the studio. ...after typing that I realized, fuck, I need me one of these too!