Hey folks, let me first just say again that this place is frakin' awesome. Secondly, my brainstorming/OCD is kicking me around a bit. I've got a Wonderlove en route, just shipped by beloved GR2 to fund it. I just can't wait. Like can't even begin to explain how long the next two days are going to be. Alas, the GR2 sat next to my 105Q, which is just so perfect for spontaneously setting my big toe on and twitching as fast as I can to end a line. You know, almost fast phaser sounding "wah-wah-wah" sounds, that I (clearly) just make with my foot. I seriously like the funkiness of the Crybaby, but I want a WonderWah. I've asked Spencer about adding a switch to my Wonderlove to have the ability to leave the expression pedal plugged in, but having the switch control the electrical connection to the envelope detector. That way you could switch from Wonderlove to Wonderwah without bending down and, in my case, unvelcroing some pedals so you have enough room to get that huge 1/4" plug out. He said it's definitely possible, but he's just too busy to approach it right now. I can wait. Back to the pedal. The two important aspects of the 105Q are: 1) it's ability to start from the low and sweep to the high end, as it's bypass isn't a switch locate under the toe (like most wahs), but rather switched with the initial "toeward" movement of the pedal, and 2) the AWESOME SPRING which makes for pulses of quick wahs that can't be done with a Roland EV-5 or an Ernie Volume JR. The bypass switching is the boobies, but the actual bypass is the blackness of hell horrendous. Go away forever; never return (said in Bane's voice)! SO! Is is possible to make a spring loaded expression pedal, in either a 105Q housing, or spring loading another wah for these pulse bursts? Maybe Jeff Moote can help me.....? As always, this place is fruggin' frawesome. Cheers peeps!