So right now I'm running a Diamond MLJr and a JHS Panther Cub. Both of them have a tap input and I've got a Tapestry Audio Time Traveler (and have heard of the functionality of the Smartclock and Quartz). As it is right now, I'm looking to downsize my board a bit (size and power) while being able to control at least one delay's BPM with a digital readout. I'd also like tap subdivisions that do not alter the displayed BPM (when I watched a Providence Chrono video, it altered the BPM times when tap divisions were selected). I want to just change the tempo before a song, select a tap subdivision, and go. I know the Boss DD20 does this but another guitarist in a previous band of mine had one and I used it a few times and didn't care for it. I know the TC Nova Delay does this, but I don't like what happens when you accidentally touch a knob, plus I felt it really colored my tone. I know that the TimeFactor does this, but its power requirements are hefty. I know the Timeline does this, but I had one and didn't like how it altered my direct tone when the pedal was engaged. Others that I know have the display are the Chrono and the Flight Time. The Flight Time I don't know much about except that it looks like the user interface is very limiting for on-the-fly changes. I believe the same is true about an H9. So therefore, is there anything else out there that I could use to consolidate 3 pedalboard spaces down to 2 (one of my current delays and one with a digital screen for BPM)? Something simply but with a digital readout for BPM in a small footprint?