Since Paul is going to be revamping some of the TB pages and no formal gear reviews will be accepted for a while, I thought I'd just offer some top-line in impressions of the Boss CE-20 Chorus Ensemble since some TB'ers expressed interest in trying it. Positives: - 4 programmable setting presets - very sturdy metal casing - well-intentioned parameter control with Ambience, Depth, Rate, Brilliance, High/Low Boosts, and a Level control Negatives: - Various "Modes" (types of chorus) are either so similar as to seem redundant or simply have no effect because they are designed for guitar - Chorus sounds have that typical, very metallic "ringing" that plagues Boss choruses, IMO - Knobs have too much "slop/play" in them. They don't give a hard "click" when turned to a new position so it can be hard to tell if setting changes are actually engaged (or impossible to see in low lighting situations) - User manual is written in somewhat confusing "Japanese-English" apparently by engineers (not as bad as Korg, though). English-speaking users will encounter some words they never saw before. I was hoping for a unit with a few distinctive bass chorus "voices." But the settings that affected bass only offered subtle nuances an audience wouldn't pick up on. All the pretty flashing lights on the unit don't impress me. For a unit that costs more than 2 1/2 times the price of the popular Boss CEB-3, I expected much, much, more. Purchased for $180 from and returned to Zzounds.com.