You know it well, you buy a pedal and love it. Then, as time goes on you read TGP and think, hmm, maybe it doesn't sound that extraordinary. So you begin reading more and more. Then one afternoon, you just get out of a meeting or you're in the car and think, I'm gonna sell that darn think and get the latest and greatest TGP thingy. So goes the Eventide H9. I bought it and sold it and then bought it back and sold it a second time. I love the convenience, the ability to switch between presets and get a great sounding reverb and delay pedal with good sounding tremolo and chorus tones. The H9 became the foundation of my minimalist board. I loved it.....light, small and transportable. Then, I got the itch and sold it all.....AGAIN. It's a sickness I tell you. It's an addiction, it's being a fickle as a anyone can be. So now, I am once again tired of multiple pedals..... two delays, two reverbs, four overdrives, a boost, a tremolo and god knows what else. I hate tweaking, I hate having to make H9 adjustments by phone, iPad or computer. I hate not playing when I am tweaking. I hate tweaking..........I hate it! I hate having to own two H9's to get simultaneous FX at the same time. Well, maybe the new Space Time algo will change my mind. So this afternoon on the way home I thought, sell the 2 reverbs, 2 delays, tremolo, and chorus pedals. Sell all 6 of them and order another H9. The thought was overwhelming so I stopped for frozen yogurt and the craziness subsided.....until I turned on the radio and thought, I need to simplify. Pulled into a local park and logged onto Amazon. Added an H9 Max and an H9 Core to my basket as the sweat began to form on my brow. Suddenly, my I heard my wife saying "Jake, Jake wake up....you're having a bad dream. WTF.... Oh wait, it's not a dream!