Well, I picked up an MXR Stereo Chorus a while back and have been using it extensively. There were a few things that really bothered me with this pedal. First, it runs on 18 volts, which is a hassle for me to power. Second, it is very subtle. I know a lot of you would prefer it that way but I want my effects to be clearly audible and prevalent. Last, it has a Bass Filter button that only applies the effect to high frequencies. This would be a cool feature, but it really makes your chorus sound like it is just heaped on top of your clean tone. There is a distinction between the two that is anything but smooth. With the Bass Filter off, there is noticeable lack of intensity in the lower registers. Now, I don't want to completely knock this pedal. It does the nice, subtle chorus better than anything I have heard yet, it just isn't what I'm looking for. It also sounds great with acoustic guitar. There is a cool feature regarding the stereo outputs as well. You can use both outputs for a stereo effect, or you can use a TRS cable in the mono output and still get a stereo effect. Cool. Anyway, I was wanting something a little more "in your face" and I happened across an EH Small Clone. This is exactly what I need right now. I bought one after reading good things about them on TB. Most of the reviews were right. It is very smooth, lush and quiet. No low end loss or volume drop, like I have encountered with other modulation effects, either. This one is a keeper. It really sounds great with a little OD thrown in the mix, too. So, thank you TB, for helping me to find the Chorus I have been searching for.