I got a Maxon CS-9 Pro a while back, and while it sounds good, I'm getting to the point that it's not exactly what I'm hearing as my chorus sound. Anyway, I've been looking at a few other choruses and would like some input on what you guys think I should get. As far as the sound goes, I'm looking for something that can get warbly, but still can get a nice thick sound. The Maxon is a little too subtle with things maxed, and just sounds too clean and pretty. I'm thinking I may want a CE-1 clone? So if you have any info on the following choruses, or have any other thoughts as to what I'm after, let me know. I've tried: MXR Stereo Chorus-Didn't play with this one a bunch, but the sound was decent, I didn't think it really fit me and it sounded a little bland and blah. Visual Sound H20-Loved the chorus, but hated the delay. I think the Liquid Chorus is the same as the chorus side of the H20, thought it could get some really nice chorus sounds across the spectrum and I found I few I liked. Small Clone-Not my thing, didn't like the limited controls or the voicing. I've investigated: Retro-Sonic-From the sound clips and demos I've seen, this pedal sounds great, and the vibrato addition looks tempting, but there is only an intensity control on the chorus. Red Witch Empress Chorus-This looks like the end all of chorus pedals, ultra tweakable and it's the one Andy Summers uses-that pulls a lot for me. Really haven't seen any demos of it besides the Red Witch ones, would like some more info/sound clips! Ibanez CS-9-I've heard good things, sounds pretty good on the demos I've seen, but I'm afraid it might sound too much like the Maxon. Voodoo Lab-Sounds good in the demos, but not as good as the Retro-Sonic. Really thought it might be able to do what I'm looking for. Carl Martin Classic Chorus-Haven't found any sound clips or demos. Has a vibe section as well.