My guess is that most of you haven't played around with match eq much (or not at all like me). Tonight I decided to learn how to use it. For my test I played an electric guitar track using Amplitube3 and a demo of Recabinet3 (that's why you'll hear it cut out for a second). I then played through my fender blues deville going into a royer 122. Then, I used match eq to make the real amp sound more like the fake one! I know, weird but that's what I did. So, on the example you'll first hear Amplitube (note the small cut out part due to the recabinet demo). Then you'll here the blues deville. Thirdly you'll here the blues deville after I've used match eq to make it sound more like the fake amp. Finally you'll hear both. I do 2 measures of fake to 2 measures real back and forth. This is by no means a "scientific" test but was fun and made me think of all the other possibilities using match eq! Very cool. The file is a 16 bit 44k mono wave file, normalized and is around 9 mbs.