I'd like to start a thread for the Zoom B9.1ut. http://www.zoom.co.jp/english/products/b91ut/ I don't know how long they have been out, but I'm hoping there are a few TBer's out there that are dialed on these. I would also like to work up a review of this effect over the course of figuring it out. First night out of the box, I just went thru the presets and messed around with the expression pedal, while looking over the preset descriptions. Looks like lots of usable stuff, and some junk. So, far I've only used the head phones and the mono out into another headphone amp. I can't make a lot of noise in the evening when everyone is home. I was bummed on the low output, until I found the db pad switch. Now I've got a comfortable range with the head phones: Nice sound! One thing I wanted was aux. input. This thing needs to replace a very old and crunchy sounding Bass Rockman. So, I plug in the ipod, dial up some Bela Fleck and set the B9 to "Victor's sound". Balance the levels, dial in the active eq on the Dingwall Super J, and, oh yeah I'll buy that! I'm just going to have to buckle down and read the manual. First impression: after a couple hours, there is plenty of promise here. Question: Are the parameters and controls basically the same as the B2.1? Could I pick up some "tone recipies" from the B2 settings thread? http://www.talkbass.com/forum/showthread.php?t=297009 Anybody?