Holy crapola. The sweet love of my life gifted me with this Zoom B1Xon pedal for Christmas, and prior to that I was mostly pedal-free; I owned a Joyo American Sound and a Joyo compressor, trying to get that SVT sound from my MarkBass and P bass. I flipped through the presets and had some fun one day playing Electric Funeral with a Q-Tron emulator. I found the tones good, but the task of programming them to be a PITA, andthere was a lot of scrolling/stomping between patches to get to the good ones I'd found or edited. I just downloaded and installed this morning the ToneLib software, which allows you to get a graphical drag and drop style UI for the pedal, while the pedal is connected to your bass and amp - so changes are immediate and clickable with a mouse, and everything is displayed right there in front of you. This software is a game changer, and Zoom should *seriously* consider bundling it with their pedals. I can seriously consider giving up several of the pedals I have bought since Christmas and just take this to band practices and gigs, naming patches by songs and arranging them in set list order, with an always accessible tuner. This is seriously *almost* all I need, and I don't care who snobs at me because of it. The SVT emulator I'd say is ok - it doesn't deliver that tube amp responsiveness I'm looking for, so I may still be looking for a VT Bass DI. I'm sitting here still stunned by the tone from the Rat and the Boss Metal Zone patches, and the EQ and bass boost are exactly what was needed for our Billie Jean cover. My chronic anxiety is pleased with the way I can virtually organize patches and rearrange them without messing with a bunch of cables and trial and error. Stay tuned to see a brand new PedalTrain board on the Classifieds, I can't return it due to the velcro, but I bought it like week before last.