Hey all. I'm enjoying this forum so much... is GAS contagious, by the way? Okay... my situation: I've recently bought a decent amp, and up until then I'd been using a PODxt direct. So, now I've decided to go a little more simple (a good amp and a few effects). I'm sick of the POD's death-by-menus-and-options format. My biggest effect need is delay. I've unofficially decided on this plan: I'm planning to pick up an Echo Park to take care of any tap tempo stuff I need (mostly because it has the option of dotted eighth subdivision), and I need another delay to take care of the ambient and atmospheric sounds (and some extra vibe for guitar solos). So, for ambient delay, I'm thinking I'll either get a DL4 or a Deluxe Memory Man. I'm torn between the two, though. I used to own a DL4, and I was pretty pleased with its performance and features. I did hear some minor undesirable tonal coloration with some of the settings, but nothing that bothered me enough to stop using it. The DL4 would give me more sound options (not sure if options are really what I need right now!) and three presets, but the DMM would be an authentic analog vibe that's not a copy or model of anything. I know it's a compromise either way: either compromised tone with convenience and flexibility, or compromised convenience for genuine organic sound. I need some outside opinions here (especially from all of you dog-eared guys!). I'm also open to other delay units if there are any you'd like to suggest (though my budget is fairly limited). Thanks!