Becos Stella Pro -- less than half an hour in, I knew it was every bit as good as I was hoping for based on the reviews here. It's a little smaller than I expected (remembered); jam-packed with controls but they all work great, and despite the near-infinite tweakability it only took a minute for me to get a great result: subtle thickening in the mix. I haven't even looked at the internal jumpers for the tape saturation, and at some point I will tweak those to tighten up the saturated tone, but no hurry because I have other ways to get OD. Really, the only nitpick so far is insignificant: takes an audible fraction of a second for the comp to kick in when the pedal's engaged. Seems to be a longer delay than the other pedals I own, but don't hold me to it. Fact is that when I use comp I leave it always on, so it shouldn't affect me whatsoever. EDIT: seems to be a result of Attack set to max. Not sure why I didn't notice with my other comps. Previous reviews (particularly scuba's) have gone into far greater depth so there's no need for me to repeat, though I'll update if useful (perhaps about the jumpers). Bottom line: totally happy with the purchase. My compressor choice for each gig (when I opt for compression) has just gotten harder, as the Stella Pro is right there with the other great pedal comps I own: Empress, big box Cali, Smoothie, DE-CL. I'm amazed by how much coolness was stuffed into such a small (and attractive) box*, and the price is very nice. *Special shout out for the awesome gain reduction LED ladder!