Sound — 5
No, it's horrible, disgusting. It sounds digital, way too complex, and the tone is horrible. Everything sounds real bassy, even with bass really low. The digital effects sound horrible, the reverb is awfull, and the distortion is bad. A pedal wont help here kids, it's like putting new tires on a mini van, it wont go any faster. Remember, if your looking for distortion, you don't need to rely on an amp, there are distortion pedals you plug into amps.
Overall Impression — 4
Great amp for anyone Who wants to keep a kid occupied, he'll have fun screwing with the little alien space ship noises, but when you actually want to play. That's another story. Do yourself a favor, don't buy from new companies like Line 6, use the classics, Marshall, Peavey, etc. there's a reason they've been around so long.
Reliability & Durability — 8
Its durable. But chances are it'll have sold to some other sucker on eBay before it breaks. Ofcourse, if you don't want to sell it, it can always be used as a stool, or a paper weight, ofcourse it's so damn big, I don't know why. It weighs 40 pounds. When you look in the back of it you expect to see some huge machinery, but all it is, is a lone speaker. I don't know how it can weigh this much but it does.
Features — 8
This, to be honest, has the most features of any amp I've seen, the only sad part is that they all are horrid. It has reverb, flangeur, echo, all the neat little beeps and whistles you'll never really use. Don't let the presets fool you, most of them are for songs no one likes. You don't need presets! Even if you think you do, they don't even sound like the songs they are made for. it's got plenty of things, a tuner, sound effects, but it all comes down to tone, and the tone is disgusting on this.