I still have mine, that I use as a rythm machine for home practice when needed. I bought it because it has a tuner and I also wanted to know more about the world FX and it played that role well. On the minus side, it is made of plastic and a bit flimsy. Also, most of the effects are not all that well simulated, to my ears anyway. But, I will recognize that it pushed down the SansAmp way (the B1 has a very decent SansAmp sim). All in all, a good and cheap way to learn about FX, but that's about it. There are way better multis for not much more (the MS60B) and some folks like me shy away from multis to get into single pedals for effects (I use my 60B as a fancy-assed EQ pedal).
Jazz 4 str/Peavey Grind 5 str > MS60B > BEF > Small Stone > LMB-3 > VT > BassDriver > BCD > PBDDI > Gator board/GBUS8/PW cables > Fender Rumble 350