Hey all, I own a GT-6 guitar effects processor (http://bossus.com/index.asp?pg=1&tmp=85) which can produce stereo effects. I am sick of running my GT-6 into the mic input on my laptop as the quality is miserable and I cannot take advantage of the stereo capabilities of the GT-6. I am looking for a cheap (<$100 solution) to correct this. The outputs on the GT-6 include 1/4" analog L(mono)/R outs, a 1/4" stereo headphone out, and a S/PDIF digital out. One idea I have is to purchase a Behringer UCA202 (http://www.behringer.com/UCA202/index.cfm?lang=ENG) and run TS instrument cables from the analog outputs of the GT-6 into the UCA202 although this would require 1/4" TS to RCA style converters. Does anybody know if this is a reasonable solution, or will the quality be poor due to the converters and/or the quality of the UCA202? If anybody has any other ideas, I would love to hear them. I am also open to finding a cheap way to utilize the digital output of the GT-6 instead of using analog. I am not looking for the absolute best ever recording quality, just a sufficient step up from my current setup and recording the stereo capabilities of the GT-6. Thanks!