Here's a good idea. The M-Audio JamLab is a little USB interface for guitar, with a 1/4 inch input and a headphone output. Comes with a little bit of bundled software, for a street price of $59. So why did a big company like M-Audio have to employ a nine-year-old SK8R to design the thing and cover it with flames? Why didn't they steal the design from the beautiful DV Forge GuitarPlug, which is $10 cheaper, although it's Mac only, doesn't come with any software and lacks the headphone out (though your Mac has one anyway, I guess).