This is a rant on having to sell my RP1000 all because of one or two simple things that could be fixed EASILY by Digitech and I will provide PROOF! First and foremost, I've become a Digitech guy since getting back into guitar. I'm one of those guys that was a Boss fanboy but the difficulty in getting my GT-6 or GT-10 to make good distortion changed all that. I actully, only lately, found someone's patch that made the GT acceptable/good in that area. Too little, too late. I found out about the RP1000 just a month, or so, before they came out. I didn't even know there was an RP500 as I had not been playing guitar for years. I would eventually own an RP500 also. The RP1000/RP500 sounded best in its price range. I was ecstatic after having tried all brands of modelers at that price point. I would later have neither of the RP's and only the GSP1101 but wanted an all-in-one unit again but did not sell my GSP1101. I recently bought the RP1000 again only to find that the bounce-back feature on the GSP1101 and RP500 is not on the RP1000 and no firmware update has added it. Answer my frustrating question. Why would they do it for the most expensive unit, then on a cheaper unit BUT NOT THE ONE IN BETWEEN? Now I have to sell the RP1000, 299 shipped by the way, which has the 10 switches, which I prefer, and get the RP500. Bounce-back isn't important for others but it is to me. What is WRONG with these companies?!?!?!?!? It's not only Digitech that does this. Arghhhh.