You people are evil. I come in here one day looking for info on the VT, and I see all the fun you're having, and I figure hey, why not get a cheap small Zoom multi to go along with the VT? I find 4 or 5 presets I like to use, then I start bumming because I can't blend some effects with others. Never mind the fact that I could do every single gig I do without a single effect...I've got to be able to blend phase with the envelope filter and cascade overdrives! So despite my best efforts to resist the urge to build a big stupid pedalboard, mine just got a little bigger and a little more stupid. Not that much bigger...it's only a Nano Small Stone ($50 w/free shipping from Ebay...not bad), but doggone it, once again I'm finding it hard to resist the lure of pedals over a multi. The presets on the Zoom are pretty good but none of them are as good as dedicated pedals. I'm going to resist the urge, though. Everyone I work with thinks I'm entering a second childhood. Plus my board is at a nice small size and I want to keep it that way. I can squeeze the Small Stone on there but any more than this and I'll have to cut a new board. I just can't have it. And yet I feel like it's inevitable...a giant pedal vortex I'm being sucked into. I can't tell if it's heaven or hell, but I know one thing for sure...Cliff Williams would kick me in the balls.