Random pitch alternations sound really good. I normally use them on my tape delays, but they can also sound good on analog-voiced stuff. I did something the other day to where I ran a memory boy into a Lexicon MPX G2 where I added stereo, random modulation to the delay. It was post-modulation, but stereoized the pedal and sounded really good. I use an H3000OSC module for that kind of stuff on the big Eventide. Sometimes I mix a random wave with other waves to really mix things up.
I am also intrigued by this pedal and interested in a higher-quality algorithm. I listened to it a bit some months ago and can't quite remember my observations. I'm not sure if the reverb is in parallel, or just on the repeats. I also heard some strange resonance that I'd like to remove at higher settings. I'll listen further and would be super interesting in your observations as well.
It might be nice to start a thread related to the recreation and enhancement of existing pedals. I've done a few.
the wardenclyffe reminds me to the zvex lofi junky
sometimes is cool to let things go lo-fi you know..
that's what makes the electric guitar so especial in my humble opinion
it's a lo-fi instrument made more than half a century ago!
so let's let the power of electrons do their work too