Hi. I'm a long time lurker but am rarely in a position to add anything constructive to the discussions I see here--there's a wealth of knowledge and experience available here that I can't come close to matching, so I've quietly read and learned (and bought and bought). Having now completed my lame attempt at an introduction, I'll jump in with my question... Until about 3 years ago, I was the proud owner of a Way Huge Aqua Puss. But as money became tight, the lure of eBay made it impossible for me to resist flipping it, and given the very tidy profit I made, I've never had cause to regret the sale. I've never exactly replaced that delay, although I've certainly had the functionality both in my DL4 and now in my TimeFactor. But the small form factor, the dripping, liquidy echoes, the no-effort self-oscillation, and the so-simple-even-I-can-do-it operation of the Aqua Puss that made it such a great grab and go pedal for quick jams, etc. are not qualities I'd ascribe to either of the aforementioned delays, and I miss those qualities. So I'm kind of thinking about picking up a replacement. But before I just go buy a Keeley-modded AD-9, a Replica, or one of Analogman's cool delays (I should be so lucky...) I thought I'd check to see what folks here who have owned or played the Puss might recommend as a replacement. So what do you think?