Just a small tip: if you are using Ownhammer impulses, try the non-minimum phase transformed files, e.g. those located in the fractal folders. Impulses in the Line6 folder are minimum phase transformed (MPT). I found that the non-MPT samples feel a little more realistic in the low mids and may even explain why the AxeFX may sound slightly fuller in some of the direct comparisons. Don't expect too much, but I liked the effect and will continue to use those IRs. Since I am only using Ownhammer impulses in combination with each other, there shouldn't be any phase issues either.
From the Ownhammer manual:
"Files in the â€œMptâ€ folder are minimum phase transformed versions of the â€˜rawâ€™ files in the directory above them. Minimum phase transformation destroys all phase information contained within an IR file, and has a sonic result that may work better or worse for a given situation or taste. Above all, minimum phase transformation achieves a global time and phase alignment for IRâ€™s from any source or creator. All non-Mptâ€™d OwnHammer files are universally time aligned to be 1st party compatible for blending, however if blending with 3rd party content, Mptâ€™d files will likely be required unless significant time is spent in the parallel time and phase alignment process."