Im just about to drop some coin on the programmable Sansamp BDDI, but have a dilemma regarding the signal path. I currently use my original Sansamp BDDI on two settings - one for tone colouring and another for overdrive. Currently, if I am playing a song with it in the tone colouring settings and I want to go to the overdrive settings, I have to bend down and change it between song (not good if you are starting the next song!). Hence my GAS for one of the programmable beasts. My plan is to have a setting on the programmable BDDI for tone colouring and another for the overdrive, so I dont have to change my settings. The problem lies with where would I put it in my signal chain? Currently I have my original BDDI have it last on my pedal board before my amp, so all the effects feed into it before being sent to the amp. When I change the settings to overdrive, I reroute the output of the Sansamp to in front of my Crybaby wah, as wah is the only effect I use with overdrive (and I much prefer the overdrive then wah sound, than the other way!). So with the programmable BDDI, I eliminate the need to bend over to change my settings, but I dont want to have to still change plug and unplug in between songs. Any suggestions for where I should put the programmable sansamp in my signal chain? Do I need an A/B box or a looper (keep in mind, loopers are very rare and very $$$ in Aust) to be able to achieve what I want? Should I just stick with my current sansamp (I was going to move this to another board or sell it once I got a programmable) and restart the endless search for bass overdrive?