I've done a search but didn't come up with much... Currently have a a Boss TU2 which is still doing just fine for the most part - I've had a few blips where it can't pick up a string and has told me I'm intonated when I wasn't during set ups but that's a handful times since 2005. Main issue is my eyesight continues to get worse and I'm beginning to struggle to see the display (even with contacts in). What I'm after... Pedal tuner - no clips on - I will lose it or it'll fall off I don't want to add a rack - and I like the ability for the tuner to double as a mute pedal The Korg PB Pro looks like it would be mounted on a board but I don't think it would have a mute facility? Large a display as possible; main thing is to be able to see the note I'm aiming for; on the Boss I can see the red/green light OK (although the green & orange arrows could be bigger when I get intune) I normally have a 10ft cable from my board to amp, and 10 or 20ft between bass + board. I believe the TU2 has a built in buffer so might be wise to continue having this? My tuning range is standard, half step down and drop C# The pedal chain as it is currently is: Bass>tuner>compressor>octave>trem>Muff Nano>BDI>B3k>amp Price range ideally under £100/$100 - so far the Pitchblack Custom seems to fit the bill.. Am I missing anything else? Cheers!