Morning everybody! I’m in need of a little group therapy and hope you’re up for helping. I’m looking to add a dedicated compressor to my board, and my options are narrowed down to the MXR Bass Dyna Comp Mini and the Darkglass Hyper Luminal. I like the size and the sound on the MXR, and obviously the price, but I’m not sure if I’m just settling. The Darkglass sounds great to me, and has way more functionality to it, but I’d only take advantage of that in home studio applications where I could also use a plugin if I needed something different than the MXR... My main compression goal is back end sustain and fattening. I want the blend function so I can keep my dynamics and note attack, but want to even out the decay of a note. There will be instances in which I use more squash-like compression and as a boost as well, but that’s not the main purpose. As for my rig, basses include a P, a J, and a Lakland 55-01 with upgrade Barts. Pedalboard is an MXR Bass Octave Deluxe, a B3k, Zoom MS-60B, Tone Hammer DI. If/when I need an amp it’s my Ashdown ABM 500 into a 2x12. I like use both vintage tones and more modern clean tones in my gigs and like having a good bump in the 800hz-1.2k range. Genres include modern worship, country, 80s funk, modern pop, and punk. With all that in mind which way would you lean? To the MXR or the Darkglass? I know the MS-60B has some solid compressors, and they’ve suited me well, but I’m looking to free up a slot in my patches there that the compressor holds currently. Thanks everyone!!