Which ones would you recommend for me? I'm looking for something that I can practice in a bedroom with and something that I can use to gig with at a medium to large venue.
Maybe there is one that works for both, or maybe I would need to get two different ones for each scenario.
Price range isn't an issue for me, plus I want to see the whole price range spectrum to see what's out there and what you guys think.
I'm looking for one that I can get a nice crunch (more of a 70s/80s feel crunch, like a Slash-esque tone) not a modern metal tone. Also, I would like a distortion that is good for rock/fusion stuff, like Guthrie Govan, and a Steve Vai-esque tone. As for the cleans, I would like a general clean channel that is nice and crisp, and also a clean that works for the warm jazz sound like a Fender Princeton tube amp or something with that really homey warm sound.
A good modeler and a good poweramp can be used for both - the main appeal of modelers, IMO, is direct recording, so you can get big, thick rock tones at 3am without getting lynched by your neighbors.
That said, to play devil's advocate here, are you sure that a modeler is the best answer for you? You're not looking for a tremendous variety of tones, as you describe them. A good three channel tube amp would probably have you covered for gigs, and depending on how volume sensitive it was you might be able to use it at home as well (my Roadster head really isn't bad, so I use it with a Hot Plate for practice as well).
Having 128 different modeled amps on tap is only really useful if you're going to use a bunch of them. I recorded with a Johnson J-Station back in the day, and I eventually gave the thing away because I found I was only using three models, a Fender blackface, a Mesa Mark, and a Rectifier. I grabbed a Mesa Nomad, which did all three basic sounds better than the J-Station, and never looked back.