A little background to the question... So I have just recently started playing around with modding pedals, specifically my DS-1 (due in large part to Brian Wampler's article in premier guitar this last winter). So I have it sounding pretty damn good with my Reeves 50, but it sounds horrible through a Korg era AC30, and bad through a 1966 Dual Showman. So this brings me to a question of design philosophy for all you builders/designers and for modders as well. When designing a pedal or working on a mod for a pedal, how do you approach it? Do you focus on making pedals that work well with a certain style of amp (marshall vs. vox vs. fender....)? Or do you try to create something that works well with just about everything? If so, what are the comprimises that you have to deal with to get something to work fairly well with many kinds of amps? These questions are purely out of curiosity and ignorance. I am just interested in a "behind the scenes" if you will. Thanks.