Sooooo...I have been looking again for a high-end delay pedal, and have noticed some updated units from when I searched the internet and here last year. I know that there are some Headrush and some Maxon users here, so I thought you guys would be interested in the new Akai Headrush E2 (replaces the discontinued E1) and the new Maxon vintage series AD-999 delay pedal (replaces the discontinued AD-900), and I also have noticed that the DLS EchoTAP is new (replaces the discotinued Digital Delay). I do not know why this is still difficult for me...but I just have not decided which one I want. I like that they all have good reviews. I do not like that they all require external power cables. The Maxon and the DLS are true bypass, the Headrush is not. Anyway, here are some links to these pedals: New Headrush E2: http://www.akaipro.com/int/effects/e2.html Maxon AD-999: (now is true bypass, 900 ms instead of 600 ms, and 9 volt instead of 12 v power for pedal boards) http://www.godlyke.com/product.asp?item=155 http://www.stevesmusiccenter.com/MaxonAD999.html DLS EchoTAP: http://www.dlseffects.com/echotap.php http://news.harmony-central.com/Newp/2004/EchoTAP.html Visual Sound has a "new version" of their H2O, Carl Martin has a new Delaya XL out... I am also looking at the H&K Replex but it is the same as always... Right now I leaning toward the Maxon... Tim99.