Behringer Super Octaver: You know the deal with these Behringer pedals. Built cheap, but sound pretty good. This one is interesting in that it has both he guitar and bass input. The 2 Octave below setting seems usable for guitar only in my opinion. The best sound you can get is on the "drive' setting, where its pretty easy to get something pretty dang close to that White Stripes "Blue Orchid" sound. It's no Octamizer, but it's a pretty fun pedal. I'd say I have put maybe 4 hours of use on it. I can hunt down a power supply for you if you need it. Velcro on the back. 30$ shipped CONUS. 80's ProCo Turbo Rat (LM308 Mod): I got this from a fellow TB'er, and it's really nice. It's more of an overdrive sound than a distortion in my opinion, and you do retain more of the low end than you would with the non-modded version of this pedal. The thing is, like many of you, I have probably 4 other overdrives, and this one is simply unnecessary. Considering the demand for these, I'd gladly hang on to it, but if I can get a little dough for it to put towards something I REALLY want, well you know how that goes. I'll start it at [DEL]$100[/DEL] CONUS. $75 CONUS I'd probably rather sell these, but I would be interested in an Aguilar Octamizer. I'm also in the market for another head, and could throw some $$ your way in a trade if you had something I was interested in. All that said, it's fun to get any trade offers so if you have something you're looking to trade, why not make an offer. I can tell you I am not interested in any chorus pedals.