Nope. This thing is not ready for prime-time. Not even close. It's missing some of the most basic functions that a "performance looper" should have. Functions that my trusty Boss RC300 has, even though it's a 7+ year old design: * No ability to create empty loops of pre-set lengths. This is so basic, it's scary. On the RC300, I can pre-set track lengths based on bars/time signature. Track 1; 2 bars of 4/4. Track 2; 24 bars of 4/4, etc. Headrush rep told me I can "record empty tracks" to achieve this. That's ridiculously clunky, and truthfully doesn't even work because then it won't quantize. * No sensing of tempo. This goes along with the previous complaint. The RC300 will auto-sense the played tempo, and adjust accordingly. Using the above example, it doesn't matter if I record Track 1 (typically a percussion part) at 112 rpm or 125 bpm. It'll call it "2 bars" and then Track 2 will be 24 bars of that same tempo. No such ability on the Headrush. * No ability to start recording mid-track except in overdub. * Stops are not instant. The track doesn't stop until the end of a bar. * FX thus far are mediocre. Headrush needs to realize that those who PERFORM with loopers are usually acoustic players. A few effects geared toward that would be nice. The chorus on the Looperboard is ...sorry, but it's terrible. Too tremolo-ish. * FX assigned to "track" (rather than "input") are not monitored. The effect isn't applied until playback. * The learning curve isn't worth it for what's obviously an unfinished product. Perhaps some of these issues are fixable in menus, but I can't find them. And For $900, I expected a whole lot more flexibility, and the missing features are unacceptable. Already got my RMA and shipping sticker. Call me when you've grown up, Looperboard.