Hi, Grabbed one of these from a local retailer with the caveat that I might be bringing it back. Interested only in the Badge sound leslie sim, I figured it was worth a shot, but for 149 bucks it had better be good. Well, here's the deal. I think it has one of the BEST Leslie sims, mono or stereo, that I've ever heard PERIOD. I've tried the Dynacord, DLS, Voce, etc. They all were nice in fast mode, too chorusy in slow mode. This one is better, IMO, very cool, Bealtlesque tone. Note that it's the "Badge" mode ONLY that I use the pedal, the rest of the sims sound like crap. Fast or slow, and it sounds good even mono. Surprising. In stereo it's really great. At first I thought it had major tone suckage when bypassed, but I checked it and rechecked it using a true bypass pedal, and there is a very slight, if at all difference (slight comoression/slightly less highs). I say slight, it's barely noticeable, and I already have a very bright rig so it does not matter (pairt of GT SO45s). But here's the real rub - when engaged, it adds significant high end to your signal, making it kinda of harsh. I can compensate by turning my guitar's tone knob down to 4-5, and there it sounds 'freakin UNBELIEVABLE. That's manageable me, I can still used this thing live to great effect. AT home, played the bridge to "Badge", the bridge to "It Don't Come Easy", "I Want You (Shes's So Heavy)", "Angel"... these all vary speed and pickup selection, more or less OD too. I dont like the OD inherent in the pedal, this is no doubt where the harshness is coming from.At just above unity gain, the sound is pretty chimey. Like I said, adjusting your tone control compensates well. I added a BD-2 with the gain at 12:00 in front and it sounded GREAT... as long as you turn down your tone knob. It may be a platform for one of these guys (Brian - INdyguitarist?) to mod.Thinking that the mod angle might be a simple cap/resistor hard wired into the pedal (at the input jack perhaps? Not sure where) to simulate the guitar tone knob being turned down half way. Otherswise, it's pretty good as is! I think I'll keep it. For now ;-) P.