Hey all. I use a lot of delay. Most of the time 2 delays at once. I also hate tap dancing, so two separate delay pedals is out of the question. I happen to own a liquid foot pro midi controller (from another rig) and initially I figured I would get a timefactor (midi) along with a gcx switcher and control all my pedals in the rack. This way I could economize my footwork with patch changes. Only issue is...I really like looking at my pedals below me. So I've nearly scrapped that idea and I'm back to square one. There are some things I like and dislike about the timefactor. Pros -2 delays at once solves a lot of issues -Great sounds -tap tempo (must) Cons -I can't name my banks. This is a big deal because I run a 12 song set where each song has its own tempo and delay settings. (usually 2 within a song). I can't remember 12 banks worth of delays settings. -I can't really use play mode either because all my songs have different delays types. So it's not just a matter of keeping the tempo tapped. -Can you even bypass the unit in bank mode? If there's another unit that can do me any better, I'm not aware of it. Unless I can figure out a workaround, I may just be forced to buy a gcx and use a midi board.