Pics: Guts: Back (sans feet/screws) Front: The screws work WITHOUT the rubber feet. Awesome if you plan on velcroing it : Battery Compartment: In/Out/Power Jacks: Sound Clips: Gain max Filter noon Scoop min Crunch variable Gain max Filter variable Scoop min then max Crunch max Gain max Filter variable Scoop min then max Crunch min Gain variable Filter noon Scoop min Crunch min Gain max Filter noon Scoop variable Crunch max Gain max Filter noon Scoop variable Crunch min I am aware of the bubbly sound on some of the samples. Just try to ignore it for the most part I will have to do some testing, but I think its from my JamLab interface. Ill have to test things out and see First Thoughts: Man does this thing keep lows The 1st thing I noticed is that the Sustain (gain) and Crunch knobs are like 1st and 2nd stage gain, and not at the same time. Backing it off a little I get it to sound like a combo of the non-max-crunch and the max-crunch sounds, sortof like its a blend. Hard to explain. The Filter and Scoop knobs are very interrelated except when the Filter is at min. AFAICT the Scoop knob makes the Filter more pronounced. Depending on the Crunch settings it seems to either lose lows or not at high Filter settings. Anyways, I've gotten everything from boomy bass on low gain to "weak guitar" and total hell raising doom on higher gain settings. Again, it doesn't replace the XXLB or the Goat but compliments them. Whenever I get my Supercollider I plan on doing a comparison to the Pickle, but from the clips I've heard of the Collider I have high hopes that both will be different enough to keep. Enjoy!