I currently have a Flashback X4. I'm not the world's biggest fan of digital emulation pedals, but I went with the Flashback mainly because it had a few features that I rarely use, but where digital is the only option; reverse delay and looper. To my pleasant surprise, I found that I really liked the Space Echo emulation on the X4. Some of the other delays I'm less excited about, but all in all the pedal has earned its place for those three features. However, it is bulky. And I also have a tuner on this board, currently a Korg Pitchblack Pro. It's actually a rack tuner, but I dig the large display. Nevertheless, I could save quite a bit of space, and would need one less isolated power supply if I replaced both the X4 and the tuner with an Eventide H9. The H9 has a built in tuner, will do reverse delay and will do looping. It also does just about everything else you can imagine, and in this case all of that would be a nice bonus, but not necessarily something I want or need. The Leslie simulation seems decent if not up to the level of a Neo Ventilator (but hoping for an improved algorithm?). What I want to know from users is this; will the H9 do a Space Echo-ish emulation that is as good as the one in the X4? I won't be able to try it before I buy. The videos I've seen don't really tell me what I want to know. The H9 does seem to have perhaps somewhat more sheen to the delay sounds than your typical TC sounds...do you agree?