Finally recieved my BJF Emerald Green Distortion and Honey Bee the other day, after waiting for months. Special thanks for Bjorn for stepping in and expediting things. Won't be able to try them on gigs until next week but I'm looking forward to it. Tried the HB at a low-volume rehearsal last night & it is yummy! The only thing I didn't like about it, is that it doesn't seem to like chords or playing more than one note at a time, gets a little futzy sounding... however I think probably with a more cranked amp that changes. At any rate, for single-note stuff it was killer with my Tele. I brought the EGDM to rehearsal too but didn't get a chance to use it much, however I can tell already from fooling around with it at home that it's a super versatile, killer-sounding pedal. It has some of the flavor and response of the the old Baby Blue Overdrive, especially with the tone knob towards the left --but it's a lot more flexible, way more headroom and output, and a little brighter/clearer. The HB into the EGDM is also a very nice cruncy combo. With a treble booster in between, it kills, I have just about all bases covered for dirty sounds. I really appreciate the small size of the BJF pedals, a lot of sound crammed into a little box, and Bjorn's support is the best. I wish that he wouldn't put the power jacks so close to the input, but that's not a huge deal. They are well worth the $.