Hello all, I will preface this thread by saying that I am aware of a number of previous threads that are related to this topic, which I have taken the time to read. After doing so, I have decided that I wish to pursue two different bass overdrive pedals for the rig that I am currently building; One that is rather mild and will potentially serve as an always on or nearly always on pedal and the other with a little more drive on tap. Touch sensitivity and maintaining the bottom end without a blender pedal are also imperative. Ideally, transparency would be preferred but I do recognize that this is not always fully possible. It should also be noted that I already have a Wren and Cuff Phat Phuk B that could be used to drive the other pedals if needed or desired. My three main basses are a Fender AVRI 62 precision with flats, a 1977 Fender Precision with nickel wound rounds and a Fender Custom Shop 64 Jazz with nickel wound rounds. All 3 are played through either a 1978 Ampeg V-4B with an Ampeg 610 or an Ampeg SVT-VR with either an Ampeg 610 or Ampeg 810. I also run a MXR Bass Compressor at the beginning of my signal chain as well as mesa input and output buffers. Some of the sounds that I am hoping to achieve with my drive pedals include but are not limited to: 1) Either a B-15 or a SVT that is being pushed really hard into breakup (without the associated volume) 2) McCartney's bass tone on Abbey Road, i.e. I Want You (She's so Heavy) 3) Motown and Stax type vintage tones Based upon the research and demo listening that I have done, I have narrowed my search down to three pedals (no need for other suggestions): 1) Fairfield Circuitry Barbershop 2) Bearfoot Fx Blueberry Bass Overdrive 3) Creation Audio Labs Grizzly Bass Overdrive Distortion From what I have read, TBers seem to be evenly split with their opinions of the BS and the BB and consider the BS to be more transparent, while the BB is somewhat boosted in some of the midrange frequencies, which may or may not be good or bad. My understanding of the Grizzly from what I have read is that it is the most tonally versatile of the three pedals and has the greatest amount of gain on tap. As stated above, I am searching for two drive pedals and I am unsure which two of these three that I should be taking a chance on. The milder of the two may or may not be used as an always on pedal. I was first considering running both the BS and the BB but I am not sure if the BB would have enough usable drive and to distinguish it from the BS in order to cop some of the aforementioned tones that I am after. I am hoping to rely on the experience and opinions of those of you who have been on this journey in the past. Barbershop and Blueberry? Barbershop and Grizzly? Blueberry and Grizzly? Thank you in advance for your time and expertise.