(Apologies if this is too negative or anything, I understand if it's a touchy subject) I see Mooer getting a lot of love, for what are basically copies of existing/famous designs. In some cases, these are old, no longer produced, or rare circuits. Take the "eleclady"; it's a clone of the EHX deluxe Electric mistress, which was last made in 2006 (if I'm not mistaken), and the designer Howard Davis has arguably gotten his due - presumably having gotten paid for the design while working at EHX in the 70s and continuing as consultant. Since EHX isn't producing an analog flanger, seems like a fine thing to clone. I'm considering buying the eleclady, tried one out yesterday. Now, I just saw Mooer released the Yellow Comp, a presumed clone of the Diamond Compressor. This is an original design, still in production. Mooer hasn't done any design work here, but makes money off it all the same. Compare this to Behringer, which was widely derided for ripping off other's designs (in my circles anyway, I wasn't on TB til this year). On the flip side, think of boutique pedal builders, as an example Fulltone. They take old/existing circuits and do little updates for modern convenience (like the '70 fuzz; fuzz face with modern improvements). Fulltone also does original designs too (I have two of their pedals, BTW). So what are your thoughts on Mooer, and cloning pedals in general? Why do they get love, where Behringer got a lawsuit? Cheers.