Alright, so I traded my Johnson J-Station for a Holier Grail without even playing it (yeah, I know...stupid). I really loved all the soundclips I had heard of it, but after I plugged it in through my amp's fx loop-- BIG PROBLEM :BITCH There is a "blend" knob, which is SUPPOSED to control how wet the mix is; the higher the blend setting, the more effect you should get. However, the more you turn the knob, the more latency you get. In order to even get a moderately pronounced reverb effect, you must turn the knob quite a bit. THIS PEDAL IS COMPLETELY USELESS BECAUSE OF THE AMOUNT OF LATENCY!! OK, maybe I'm overreacting, and/or a dunce. Perhaps I have the pedal hooked up wrong? I have it in my fx loop. One cord goes from the amp's fx send into the input of my Holier Grail. One cord goes from the output of the Grail into the fx return of my amp. The amp has 3 setting-- +4 db, 0db, and -20db. The selector is set to 0db. (Even though I think this has nothing to do with latency, just thought I'd share.) So, anyone here experience this? Is this a defect? Is this pedal just really badly designed? Please help!