Will do. I test drove it in practice this weekend and was very happy. I used my little Genz Benz Shenandoah acoustic combo amp as monitor (bypassing the pre-amp directly into the power amp) and it sounded great. Tried a few different profiles - 67 AC30, 65 Deluxe, 67 Deluxe, 74 Marshall (!), and 72 Twin Reverb all with good results according to band members feedback.
I still have a long way to go in getting the full rig gig-ready and worthy of sharing clips:
1) I bought a used FCB1010 midi foot controller and ordered a Eurekaprom chip. This will give me a pedal board that allows me to switch between different profiles and stomp box effects. Its a little wide and comes with two expression pedals built in - not sure how much I will use them - basically one is volume and the other can be assigned. While this chip comes ready to go with the Kemper I will have to configure profiles and stomp boxes, etc.
2) I bought/ordered a used Tech 21 Power Engine 60 (basically a guitar cabinet with a power amp) that will be my onstage rig/monitor.
I'm not sure how much actual profiling I will do. There are sooooooo many different profiles available, both free and commercial it is mind-boggling. It can store more than I would ever, ever really use. With that in mind, I would really have to stumble upon a unique amp set up that I know I can't get either exactly or close to online to really consider doing it myself - you really do need a close-to-studio type environment if you want to get high-quality profiles.
My aim for now is to get 5-10 amp profiles that I really like set up with stomp box effects and then stick with that for at least a few gigs and see how it goes before I go much further. The danger with this sort of technology is that you can get so caught up in trying things out that you don't actually get things done.
I literally have to create a checklist of specific goals and tasks so that I stay focused and don't just sit there and play around all day long. I just downloaded a friggin' speaker collection (it allows you to separate the amp, from the cabinet from the speaker) that I couldn't pass by ($25 and today goes up to $50) that I probably won't even start exploring until fall.