You ever notice that fuzzs often are left off of the various "pedal order guides" that floar around the net? They may nominally include them in "OD's" but...really they have special needs and quirks. I never thought about this til now, because in the last month or so I have been absolutely finding myself, my musical self, in fuzzes...I'm getting what I was trying to get more out of OD's, much easier and more what I wanted. So naturally, I start noticing they aren't often mentioned in the lists, and though there are other fuzz phreaks here too, (I just became one) I really, really, get the strong feeling that we are a tiny minority in the guitar world...that most guitarists are into OD's or maybe Distortion, but much less into fuzzes. What also struck me...I had researched (like 3-4 years ago) many multi-effects pedals, and own a Digitech RP-7, Behringer V-amp2, seen specs for many others including the Tonelab SE....and unless I am mistaken, none of these have any "fuzz" patches. I was really wondering why not, since this could easily be added....though maybe modeling would be tough, the circuit itself has very few components (one or two transistors, some 3-4 caps, a few resistors...) but that dynamic and that sound.... I just wish I had saved lotsa time and started with Fuzz...learning to roll of the volume. Fuzzes take a lot more time to get used to, it is much easier to set or use an OD, but really...once you get used to a couple of things (especially guitar volume settings, when you turn off the fuzz and go to clean you need to be quick on the draw for the vol) and set it...you got more control at your fingertips than with any OD I know of. Just some thoughts. Maybe I am off the mark here, but it just does seem to me that's how it is.