Hello everyone! This is my personal testimony for the golden proverb: "treat others as you would like to be treated yourself". I would like to state first and foremost that this actually regards a pedal. Secondly, I am in my last year of college, which basically makes me a broke college student and a starving musician. I've been saving my change since the summer, so in December, I decided to get myself a Christmas present. What better way for a musician to do that than to upgrade his gear? I couldn't decide what to get, so I decided to start at the beginning of my pedal chain. I did a little research and decided to look at the JHS Pulp-n-Peel (cause it has a buffer in the pedal! oh yeah!) To my luck, it was the pedal of the month in December and it was discounted! So I ordered the pedal and waited for it. Right before New Year's day, I got into a car accident (someone hit me) and I stopped checking my USPS and email. I had to make sure that everything was back in order before I start school. After I got everything settled with the accident, I checked my USPS email again and the tracking said that it has already been delivered! I was shocked! I did not see a package and my roommate didn't see anything either. So I called USPS and they said the couldn't do anything. I called JHS and they said that they couldn't do anything. I called paypal and they said both parties did everything right and I have to assume that someone just took it off my porch. To clarify, I live in a pretty good neighborhood. My roommate gets lots of packages for his car and nothing has been missing. I've ordered textbooks online and I've never gotten anything missing. So the idea that someone can just steal something off my front porch caught me off guard. I couldn't believe that there are people in this world that can take something from someone and not have any sympathy for the other person. I was so frustrated that I vented on TGP. To my surprise, a handful of people read my post and left lots of comments. One TGP'er felt so bad that he offered to give me a brand new compression pedal! He said that he has been lucky lately and would like to pay it forward! So out of the kindness of his own heart, he gave a complete stranger a brand new pedal. This completely restored my faith that there are more good in people than bad. Thank you turtleheadblues for helping me when I'm down. I urge everyone to pass it on! It doesn't have to be pedals or music gear! Help someone, anyone, who needs help. Pass on the good!