For anyone who's interested! I have been trying my BB+ compared to my Fave OD, a Bad Cat Two-tone, the original BB, Timmy, WMB, etc - suffice to say I have a lot of ODs and most of them pretty good. I've come to the conclusion that the BB+ suits me better than most with most of my guitars - a 335, Gretsch 6120, relic Strat and Guild Starfire III. Although the BB+ doesn't sound exactly like my Two-tone it is certainly pretty close. It does really well at those clean-to-dirty tones, where the guitar is crystal clean if played gently but bites when hit hard. The Two-tone is always going to be my standard for this kinda sound but the BB+ is so good that I would not hesitate to use it at a gig in the Two-tone's place. In fact in some ways the BB+ may even be better. What I am liking about the BB+is that with the compression switch up on side B (the "main" OD I guess) it is really dynamic. It has more dynamic range than the original BB which gets a bit too compressed for me with the gain up. With the BB+ you have the choice - you can get some great punchy feel or a smoother, more mid-rich OD with the Comp switch down. I'm nbot a big fan of compression so for me this is fantastic, and a big bonus over the older BB which I also like. With comp off the bass strings in particular have more snap to them and the sound cuts better. It also means that when you do up the gain you still have some punch - it really is amazingly good. And although it's generally not my thing, by using either the boost side or the comp switch you can get that endless sustain/ violiny thing very easily. The comp switches are way more useful than I would have thought. I like leaving it off side B but using it on side A (the booster) for crazily big lead tones. I don't understand why there is not more buzz about this pedal. I think it's one of the best around these days. But then I always did like the stuff other guys didn't. If you found the BB too compressed but liked the overall tone, try this one.