Ive seen this asked multiple times so here is a little write up comparing the two. Keep in mind I am a huge fan of the MLjr. and this isnt to take anything away from that pedal. Some of the main things I like about it over the MLjr.... It gives you 4 different delay sounds vs the MLjr's 1. The delays have a little more character to them although the "vintage mode" sounds almost identical to the MLjr but keep in mind that mode has a max delay time of 600ms vs. the MLjr's 1200. The Galloping 8ths mode is very cool and satsfies my rhythmic delay needs. I dont usually need the other subdivisions that the MLjr. offers. You can always get straight 8th notes in "vintage" and "faux tape" modes if a time is tapped thats longer than the maximum delay time offered by that setting. I.e If you tap 800 ms on vintage mode it will automatically double it to 400ms. I love that it saves your time and modulation settings per mode even after power cycle. Its *ALMOST* like having 4 presets. For those of us that like to use longer delays sometimes the tape mode will allow 1200ms of delay. Plenty for my needs. I also think the modulation is better on the "faux tape" mode than the MLjr's in general. Its interactive in that the speed of modulation is tied in with the delay time and the depth knob obviolsy sets the depth. The MLjr mod speed is fixed. I read that some were disapointed by the "Ambient" mode and I can see why if you were expecting a Dispatch Master type of huge washy delay+reverb sound. However I quite like it becasue its not so deep and spacey. The reason is I think its sits better in a mix due to its subtlety. Its not non existant sublte but its not huge either. Keep in mind it says in the manual due to the nature of that algorhythm the mix and repeats need to be higher than the other modes to achieve the same levels. IMO its the perfect mode for adding a little space to arpegiated chords or clean rhythm parts. Basically I think you get everything the MLjr. offers minus a couple subdivisons plus a whole lot more versatility and beautiful delay sounds.