Hopped on the ferry this morning to head to the main music shop which is on another island(Long & McQuades on Vancouver Island). I packed my Strat with me and checked out a few overdrives. I plugged into a Fender TRRI,which is the amp I use. Tried a Mesa Tone Burst With the gain fully cranked,it was still clean. More like a clean,boost pedal Tried a Flux Drive,but didn,t make me jump up and down. Played an Empress Germ Overdrive.Not bad. Tried an Ibanez Tube Screamer.Never had played one. Didn't sound great through the Twin. Tried a Fulltone Plimsoul.Not my cup of tea. Played the BD-2 Waza-Craft and it sounded good with the Strat and Twin combination. I liked it when switched to custom mode. Gave it a bit more of a fatter sound. The tone control actually let me roll off the high end. I had owned a BD-2 in the past and couldn't roll off enough brightness on that one. I tried the Waza in the off mode and then plugged my guitar directly into amp and didn,t notice any tone change. I then tried a stock BD-2 and it was okay sounding,but I would say thinner sounding than the Waza. By the end of my testing,I was Overdrived out,but I liked the BD-2 Waza Craft the best of what I got to test out. It had a nice,natural sound to my ears. I played it with a low gain setting,which is the sound I like and the breakup was nice and smooth. Natural sounding would be my description.