So, I've done a headache-inducing amount of reading of threads on distortions here on TB, but I'm not getting my very specific quesiton answered. So... new thread time! I have a Fender PS Bass VI, stock pups, StayTrem wide bridge. I have a MarkBass rig (class D 500w into 1x12 and 1x15), and I run the PSVI through a Tech21 Blonde set up to sound like a vintage Bassman for clean rhythm work (also using a MojoHand Dewdrop and Copilot Polypus for surf sounds, even though we don't really play surf music!). I have the opportunity to play leads on this beast, and would like to put some kind of a drive in the chain that would give a saturated, guitar-like lead tone. I have a Cusack Screamer Bass that I use when I want some dirt on my EBMM Sterling, but it's not gainy enough to be of any use with the PSVI. I'm not super-concerned about losing bottom, because this would only be used for lead work up the neck. I'm not as concerned about the pedal being "transparent" as I am about it giving saturated, smooth and creamy sustain (so nothing like a B3K, that's not at all what I'm after). It doesn't have to be super dynamic either... I'd be willing to sacrifice some touch sensitivity to get some nice compression. To further complicate matters, I'm looking for something with a small footprint... my PT-Jr has room for one more MXR-sized pedal, so something in that size family would be best. None of the ODs I have or have tried are going to get me there, I need a distortion or possibly even a fuzz. But again, going for smooth warm tones, not crackly grind or soda pop fizz. So, looking for your advice so that I can narrow down what to audition... cuz as y'all know, there are 1,473 dirt pedals out there, and I haven't got enough years left on this planet to try em all! Thanks!