I had said I thought DI3 sounded least like my Reddi. I am also surprised how good the straight signal sounded. I would add for how I use my Reddi I don't want DI3 as I want a solid, harmonically rich signal sent to the board, I don't want those humps. I want to give the engineer a signal he can work with, maybe he wants to add those humps and valleys, maybe not. That being said the P15 may in fact be a tone I want through my bass amp at times, but I don't want to twist a knob and effect the FOH. I would assume guys that like the P15 want exactly what they hear from their amp come through the FOH. In a recording situation I prefer the "dry" signal of the Reddi, you can always go back and add in those humps in the EQ during mix down but taking them out can be a challenge. That happens to be the path I prefer, understanding it isn't the right one, the best or the only one. The Reddi being a straight DI and the P15 being a preamp, seems to me they both do their job well. Two good options, I'm not sure there is any need for the decisiveness, call anyone names or jump around and celebrate. Thanks again 10cc, you sure stepped up and did what folks asked. If you are to do other comparisons I'd suggest comparing the P15 to other preamps like a Jules Monique. And the Reddi to other DI boxes. Maybe borrow a sonic farm 2DI4 or a noble.