Just posted my '72 superlead *not* the VH amp - and my Mesa Mk III Coliseum (180 watts!) blue stripe head.
Info on the profiles: '72 superlead is a mod I've been working on - master volume, not super high gain but as you crank it, you get more tone. I ran the gain dimed and master on 1/4 up, which was loud enough to rattle stuff on the walls. Hey, it's still a 100 watt superlead!
Cool thing about the superlead profile is that it cleans up CRAZY good with a strat. Try it. It almost hits VH territory - can probably sponge it up some more and get closer. This would be a great stage/live profile because it's so dynamic. Set up a boost for lead volume on your Kemper and you could likely stay on one channel for a LOT of tunes.
Mark III Coliseum is a crazy high gain, 5 band EQ with the 'V' setting profile. It's the same amp used on the Whitesnake album with Still of the Night and several other hits. I believe they didn't make over 100 of these, most went to touring groups that needed a lot of power onstage. This amp is L O U D.
Used the same cab and mics on these, for ease of setup and such - an SM57 and an MXL R144. MXL is a $99 ribbon mic you can buy at guitar center. It is REALLY accurate and sounds great, blending the 57 gives more high end and a presence bump to cut through a mix. I set my level with the 57 and then blended in the MXL until it sounded full but not too fat.
So far I like the R144 more than the E609 Silver and the reference mic I tried. It seems to add dimension and depth to the mids...