That would be the best delay pedal for me. If strymon put three "types" of delay (digital, analog, and tape) into one simpler pedal, that'd be nice. Not a timeline, but much simpler. However, i'd be nice if this imaginary delay pedal had most of the "modes" (swell, reverse, etc) that the line 6 echo park has. A combination of... -One of the modes on the el cap : For me, the fixed mode, because the sub-setting of the pedal would already have some sort of multihead setting available (if you don't know what I'm talking about, look up the echo park). -One of the modes on bridgadier: No real "modes" so maybe just a analog mode with a bit of bucket loss? Maybe a special dmm mode? -One of the modes on the DIG: I'd choose the 12 bit mode, or a special "sdd-3000" mode? Then i'd add a universal mod control, and like how the line 6 echo park functions, depending on what mode you're on, the modulation will change to its respective sounds. Love the line 6 echo park concept, but love the analog dry path/converters/tones etc of the strymon. What changes or additions would you make to this?