So I play Upright and Electric in a variety of situations, obviously what works for one is way different than the other. I am in search of one size fits all solution here and am extremely picky of my sound. Lets forget I play electric for this, though for some situations I might run through my GK RB1001 w/410. My pickup is the Fishman Full Circle and I cannot be happier with it. Ideally I play with a jazz/Americana group looking to only mic for live situations, though I'm known to slap some rockabilly, and get on with that 5 finger bluegrass death grip. I have had numerous feedback issues running through my electric bass rigs, though not so much with the GK, which have been solved by installing a second sound post under my G String (think bass pervs). But to save time, and for simplicity sake I really don't like doing this and lugging my electric bass cabinet for every gig I play (really it works really well though, the feedback is gone standing right in front of an 800 watt cab at high volume). I have tried the Acoustic Image Ten2, and while it works well for quieter settings, though louder than acoustic only, it really can't carry the low ends well when turned up, and I have a hell of a time getting rid of the mids. It sounded fine through the PA though, in which case I didn't really need the amp all that much and it wasn't worth the hefty price tag for a DI and crappy monitor. The Ten2 is gone and I have asked around a little, but before jumping the gun I am wondering what the general consensus is on DI. It seems as if it might be the best most versatile route while maintaining a sane budget. What do you think of the Radial PZ-DI? The JDV MK5? The PZ-Pre ToneBone? What else should I look at? On the ToneBone I really like the option for a pedal mute for tuning, boost for soloing, and 2 channel mix in the options, anything similar to that?