Kazrog, I'm of the impression that the final step in software guitar simulation is the cabinet section. There is always the stuffy static mid range part that we can't get away from, but when I hear Kemper demos, it sounds open and natural like a real mic'd amp. The dynamics part in Recabinet brings it a step closer, but it's not quite there yet. So I had a few questions about what makes a speaker dynamic, and how can it be simulated. I understand the dynamics knob adds saturation depending on the signal level. Does it also alter the EQ response due to signal? Or is the EQ response on a cab speaker quite constant? What do you think is the missing bridge between current static IRs and realistic dynamic simulations? I'm interested in the input of others on this too.