I think you have a physical problem with the guitar, that made itself known only when the 2.0 update demanded more use from the internal resources...
i honestly don't think that an update will fix that... short of dumbing the new models down to use less resources (AKA lowering the quality)
Yes, Zap, it's either us, or our pods, our interfaces, our setups, or even our guitars, but a firmware problem? No, that's impossible! because it works on some guitars so that's irrefutable proof that the firmware is fine...
Will you at least admit the possibility? Sometimes the simplest explanation is the right one, even with Line6 involved
In the past, there have been updates where the code was refined and optimized to run better in all units of a particular product without a change in sound, without dumbing anything down, and even so, if it required dumbing down the models, should we, who are having problems with the HD update, be left out? left behind? Why not modify and even "trim" the models, if that's what's required for the firmware to run correctly in all units? We all are customers, we deserve the same treatment, if something is free, let us all have it for free, and have it working.
After trying to make it work for a few months, I had to roll back, but I don't want to settle for that because I loved certain aspects of the new firmware. I just want the same as you and others have, no more, no less.
If that were the case (and I don't think it is), and all the models had to be reduced in quality in the next update, those who already have a working HD JTV could stay in 2.0 if they wished.
Isn't that what we always say to each other in such cases?