I've got a lot of pedals, but the 'vibe's my only *swirly* - and unlike distortion/fuzz pedals, once I finally got a really good one, my gas was permanently cured - wish I could say the same for overdrives & analogue delays, which are starting to pile up here in the studio! For many years, I made do w/an MXR Phase 90, which I finally sold for a stupid amount of money, but I've been thru' a few 'vibes, starting w/Dunlop, the company that actually owns the word "Univibe" - I wish it sounded as cool as it looks, but in fact I preferred the sound of the $29 Dano pedal.. It's even got a miniature light bulb/photocell arrangement, which gives the vibe its unique, organic sounding throb. Chicken Salad has a crappy buffer, tho'. A true *tone-sucker* in bypass mode. The MicroVibe's OK, too. I had an early one (no LED) and I think they do sound a bit better than the current VoodooLab version. The Magicboy & the Mo'faux lack the light & photo cells, so they sound more like a phaser mixed w/a tremolo to my ears, but Bob Sweet's other vibe's about as good as it gets, IMO. When my buddy upgraded to the current issue MojoVibe, I bought his UltraVibe - They're big, black (there are a few very rare white or orange ones out there) and AC powered w/an internal transformer, so I don't know if it would work in Greece, but the thing absolutely nails Hendrix' Band of Gypsies tone - which is why I stopped looking. It'll also do a decent Pink Floyd "Breathe" clean type modulation, tho' I rarely use mine w/o some dirt. Jimi ran his into dimed Marshalls, so I usually place an overdrive pedal after the 'vibe. Sounds more authentic that way. Some don't agree, but that's the way Bob Sweet runs his, too. There are a bunch of others out now, the Retroman Ubervibe being the only one that interests me, but if you're just looking for a taste, I'd grab the little Dano. Sounds great, and you'll certainly not be able to beat that price!