This is going to be a "no sh*t sherlock" post and will probably be on page 4 in a couple hours... but I've been through a good hand full of OD pedals in the last 6 months. I had ditched my big channel switching, midi controllable, multi-effects in the loop type of rig for a simple combo amp and pedals rig. Here's a list of what I've been through lately... And I still have most of these pedals because they are all great pedals for what they do (Actually the Honey Bee is back on my board for another OD flavor). RC Booster EP Booster BB Preamp Catalinbread 5F6 Catalinbread Formula 5 Bearfoot Honey Bee TS-10 (Monte Allum mod) Fulldrive 2 Jetter GS124 Rocket Chicken Soup But, the two pedals that just seem to work and work well are the Timmy and the Rocket Archer. I can't say enough about how well these pedals work with my rig, which is a tele into a blackface Princeton Reverb. The Timmy has a perfect amount of slight grit and EQ, then kick in the Archer to hit the Timmy with a little mid boost and it's the perfect amount of grit/gain/sustain for what I play. Very dynamic and can cover everything from country, blues and rock. Every other pedal seems to impart too much of it's own character on my base tone, which sounded good in some aspects, but not what I was looking for as my primary flavors of OD. And actually, I don't use the Archer on it's own, I only use it to boost the Timmy. I know this is pretty old news to everyone, but I feel like I finally found the right combination of 2 OD pedals for stacking to turn my Princeton into a 3 channel amp. That's all.