http://www.analogman.com/rossmod.htm#mini Any experience here with this one? I've always went for the rawer side of twang, and have mostly avoided the slick Nashville-approved squashed tones. However, some new material is screaming for comp on the chicken pickin' and B-bender stuff, so I probably need to make a move. I love my Menatone JAC, and use it frequently for acoustic-electric jobs, but it doesn't really do super squash, and plus, it's too big for the board in question, as is Mike's BI-COMPROSSOR. Speaking of which... the BI-COMPROSSOR has an externally mounted attack control, whereas the BI-COMP has an internal trimmer for such. These pedals caught my eye due to the dual channels - the prospect of setting one side up for clean twang and the other for slightly dirty slide tones is fairly attractive. How big a deal would it be to set the trimmer for a good 'middle-of-the-road' setting that would work well for each approach? For the record, I'm not a big fan of internal trimmers, so this would pretty much make or break the deal for me. Other stomps that have my interest are the Keeley and the Retro-Sonic. By the way, I've read the other 457 or so compressor threads here over the last week, and remain confounded and overwhelmed by the choices. Hopefully, my query here is focused/specific enough as to not beat the dead horse. Thanks in advance for your insight and opinions.