Knowing for months that the Bass PODxt Live was coming out, I've held off building a pedal board. But I'm still unsure which way to go and would like to get opinions from you upstanding TBer's. And I know you've got 'em. Here's my deal: I play a Fender Jazz and use a Fender 400 Pro amp. Recently I put on a Badass II bridge, switched to GHS Boomers, messed with my EQ and BAM! I've got the sound I've been looking for for years. I've got an Ibanez chorus/flanger pedal (not the best, but it works for now) that, used subtly, just adds all kinds of goodness to my sound. The only things that I feel I HAVE to add are OD and autowah. But a phaser, reverb, and octave would be killer. Used to have a SABBDI, which I would easily consider again for OD. I play blues-rock to funk to hard-rock, and don't have an endless supply of money. Bass PODxt Live: Pros - chorus, flanger, phaser, reverb alone makes it an option price-wise. That and other effects like autowah and OD. Amp modeling could be interesting. Would probably use it through effects loop. Love thought of making preset patches to be called up instantly. Cons - not true bypass (I love my sound), lots of stuff I would probably never use, rumblings from owners about lack of support Bass from Line 6. Single Pedals: Pros - pick and choose brands. Build board over time. Analogue pedals. Cons - expensive. Effects can't be controlled like a patch on a multi. So there it is. I was 100% sure of getting the POD until I dialed in my sound. Now, I'm a bit apprehensive. Thoughts from you folks? Philman, would love to hear from you. Thanks.