It's come down to the bottom of the 9th inning for me, so to speak. I've basically got my dry and distortion portions of my effects plan completed. The only problem is that I have 2 directions that I could take now to get what I want out of the board system I am creating: 1) Get a GT-10B+exp pedal for the wah, modulation and delay needs, and be done. 2) Get a Superdelay+exp, Modfactor(+exp?) and wait for a Meatwad+exp My thoughts on each: 1) Saves me about a grand in cash and the time of spreading out the cost and waiting for the meatwad. If anything better comes along multi-wise, I can prolly switch out the GT for that something better. I can expand it with a MIDI control board later and do all kinds of funky stuff in patch mode OR manual mode Easier to power whole system with one PP2+ Very modular with just the GT, GT+fuzz board, or GT+fuzz+lunchbox if I want fuzz->envelope filter im prolly up **** creek less control in patch mode, and no easy switching of different FX w/o the MIDI board and/or being in manual mode Manual mode = no easy switching of FX types 2) Gives me a solid envelope filter with a loop for clean triggering Will prolly be a bitch to power, even with 2 PP2+s more control over individual sections. I can freely switch modfactor presets AND turn it on/off for example Lots of money and waiting, especially on the wah/Meatwad section of things. , or at least give me an opinion One final note, to be completely honest: I would prolly end up using the meatwad more as an exp controlled static filter and experiment with the auto side of it.