Looking for some feedback on SWRs Mini Mo Analogue Multi-Effects Bass PreAmp. I have searched the forums here and elsewhere, I have searched the Internet, and am surprised that so little has been written about it. I saw the unit at NAMM this year and was impressed. I use to play professionally in L.A., but stopped, went to law school, and now spend my time making sure musicians, songwriters, artists, etc. dont get screwed over .well ..at least not without their eyes open ;-) Im ready to do some playing again and want to get some new gear. My gear criteria is as follows: 1. Im a huge Marcus Miller fan and usually liked the SWR sound and products. 2. I would really prefer not to have a bunch of different pedals and/or rack mount units and the pain of set up, maintenance, etc. unless the individual pedals/units are just so superior to the effects on the Mini Mo. The primary effects I want include a good synth bass, chorus, compression, wah, and anything else that gets me some greasy stanky funk. I realize that sounds are highly personal. Personal experience and reading a number of polls at this site make that abundantly clear. However, if the consensus is that the effects are at least an 8 out of 10, then thatll probably do it. I simply dont have the time to go and try out all the potential gear yaall discuss. 3. Portability/weight is important. 4. I really like the idea of the units clean look, foot controller, combined effects, and what appears to be its ease of use. When I was playing, Bob Bradshaw pedal boards where the thing to have. This kind of reminds of those Bradshaw set ups. 5. The unit wont be moved around that much. Maybe 2 to 4 times a month at most. 6. Price is not a primary concern. Ive seen the unit listed on the Web for around a $1,000 new. I mean if someone can point to a combination of pedals/units that fulfills my criteria and they only cost, say, $500, then thats probably worth considering, but Im fortunate in that I dont need to save a couple hundred dollars here and there. Im not trying to be insensitive here. Ive done those gigs where you end up with just enough to get a Fatburger, fries, and coke. So I know a couple hundred dollars can make a real difference for some people. 7. My current axe is a Valley Arts Guitar custom 5 string. Bet most of you dont know what that is. Like I said above, I love that Marcus sound so I might be switching to on old Jazz bass and/or one of the new Marcus Miller 5 strings. 8. Not sure about the amp yet. At 32 pounds, the SWR Power 750 is a little heavier than I had wanted. Im open to thoughts here too. Thanks in advance for any input.