Seriously, with the home recording market pretty much in full swing for the past few years, why haven't ISO cabs become more prevalent in the market? Right now, we've got:
1. Rivera Silent Sister. Great sounding cabinet, but pricey at $999.
2. Randall ISO. Mediocre, and requires modification to make it quiet.
3. Jet City Jet Stream. An unknown, because it's been continually pushed back, now supposedly shipping next month. Affordable though, @ $399.
4. Demeter. I don't know much about them, but they appear to be similar to Randall's offerings.
5. AxeTrak. Odd in that it uses a small speaker and a fixed cartridge instead of allowing the user to use whatever mic they want.
6. Grendel. Sounded good from what I've heard, but the guy building them was just a disaster to deal with, by all accounts that I've heard.
I've asked Dave @ Avatar as well as e-mailed Lopoline, thinking that they'd be ideal for these types of things, but both said they have no plans whatsoever.
So what do you guys think is the hold up? Why are emulators more common?
Most of them, IMO, sound like ass.