So I thought this was worth writing home about. I cant be any more to the point other then saying that this must be the absolute best chorus pedal on the market, hands down. Im completely in love with this pedal. Well all heard these typical descriptive words such as: Lush, Rich, ect those words dont come close to doing this pedal justice. A real marvel to listen to, and candy to ones ears. Some of you know that I will do comparisons before I make a final decision on a product. Well I purchased the Analogman Chorus along with the MXR 134 Stereo Chorus. BTW, the MXR is an awesome chorus, if your not up to spending $282.00 on a chorus like me and others $169.00 and its a great chorus, true bypass, and lots of cool features. Close to the Analogman, but not quite there though. I my A/B comparison, at first, I couldnt really hear a difference. (Its been years since Ive had/used a chorus pedal) So at first, both sounded cool, and lush, rich and so forth. But about 30 minutes into the comparison the Analogmans glory started to emerge. The MXR 134 has more features, which some may like such as Bass, Treble, Intensity and so forth, but even tweaking all the knobs in all sorts of configurations, the Analogman always maintained a superior tone. Over all, to describe the differences the Analogman yielded a much thicker tone (Without the Deep switch engaged I was trying to be as fair as possible) even still, a much thicker, much more fat effect. With the Deep switch engaged - my hear stopped beating for a second. WOW very beautiful, full and tasty chorus. Very, organic and natural sounding. The MXR was also a gorgeous pedal that many will be happy with and I wouldnt hesitate for a second to recommend that to someone. But by way of comparison to what I think must be the best, which is the Analogman, the MXR has a bit more of a sterile tone. Sterile as in, not a full and thick. I would even roll off the treble all the way, boost the bass knob and boost the intensity control, figuring the tone would get much thicker and lush, and while it did, to no avail when comparing to the Analogman Chorus (again, with deep switch NOT engaged) I got the deep mod and also the wet/dry blend trim pot because I heard some comments that they wish the Analogman yielded a wetter chorus. I tried it in 50/50 and it was beautiful . Didnt think it could get any better really. Then I boosted the blend to favor chorus say 65/35 70/30 ish, and the tone just blossomed. Completely gorgeous, robust tones!! This is a keeper, and in my opinion, worth the $282.00 dollars.