I just wanted to drop in and comment on something with regard to Mike and his mods. Delay is my favorite effect after gain, and is probably more integral to my sound than gain (in fact, it definitely is) or anything else. I have lots of them, but I wanted to come in here today to say that my top three Delays, and the only ones I actually use, at home, recording, and live, ARE ALL ANALOGMAN-MODDED PEDALS. My primary delay is the AM-triple-modded EH Deluxe Memory man. This is an absolutely beautiful sounding piece of equipment. I can't say enough good things about it, and so I won't say much more, just beautiful, clean, sweet analog delay with long (for me) delay times, no distortion, and nice warbly modulation. This thing can really replace chorus and vibe, IMO, and it was commented once live by another guitarist that he thought I was using a Chorus pedal, when all I had was this baby. The AM-modded DD-3 is probably the most PRACTICALi pedal I own. It is small, inexpensive, and incredibly versatile. It gives perfect repeating digital delays with digital delay times and repeats. It gives a nice, dark analog-sounding delay and echo with the high-cut mod switch engaged all the way. And it gives something nice in between with the switch in the middle, which we used in my band for VOCALS. Yes, when I switched to the DMM, my singer started using this, in line, for adding echoes in certain songs. Finally, the AR20DL delay is a really nice plug and play true-analog deal. It is the darkest of the three, by far, with a haunting low-fi sound, has a very small footprint, and is rather inexpensive for a true analog delay. This one gives me the most "ghostly" echoes of all three, and, while I use this one less live, I tend to use it a lot when recording solos. With these three, I cannot imagine that I would ever buy another delay. In all honesty, I probably don't need all three of them, but I am not the kind of person that gets rid of good pedals, even if I am not using them. But I just wanted to put it out there, that I think these pedals, and obviously Mike's work on them, are just about the best things going right now, and deserve a little praise.