(This is my post from the Toyz forum, sorry for the double post) Hey Guys, First of all, I'm sorry for ANOTHER thread about delays! Right now, I have a Deluxe Memory Man as my main delay. I'm pleased with it for most applications, but I'm strongly considering replacing it for the following reasons (in order of importance): -Takes up too much pedal board real estate -Difficult to adjust in real time -Sometimes it's too dark to cut through for certain rhythmic delay applications -It needs its own separate power supply I was about to pull the trigger on a Blackbox Quicksilver, but then thought, "Well, I should consider ALL of my options if I'm going to be spending ~$400 on a pedal!" And I remember thinking back to trying out a T-Rex, but thinking "This sounds awsome, but I don't want to spend $400 on a pedal!" But here I am... So the front runners are: Blackbox Quicksilver -It has modulation and a variable tone control, two delay settings and continuous control via expression pedal. I really like having modulation on my delay and this one is supposed to have a killer mod feature. T-Rex Replica -supposed to be the best digital pedal around with the highest sample rate. I like that it has tap tempo and the triplet subdivision function, but it has no modulation. TC Vintage Delay -As far as I can tell, it's the same as the T-Rex I've tried the Memory Lane and I don't like the sound as much as I like my DMM, and it doesn't really solve the real estate problem. I'm not up for the wait, size, or the $$ involved with the Echoczar. The QS has continuous tone control vs. the others' tone switch. The others have tap tempo and triplet subdivision, the QS has continous control via a footpedal (which is something extra to lug around). The QS has modulation, the others don't. I'm leaning toward the QS, but I thought I'd ask for advice weighing the pros and cons. I think if the QS had tap tempo AND a dotted 1/8 note option, it'd be no contest, but that's not the reality (unless someone like Cusak could do a mod...). Anyway, your thoughts are VERY much appreciated and I apologize for the long and stream-of-consciousness post!