Meh! It was a cool idea, frankly, I liked the Cathedral's version of the freeze function better. I owned Cathedral, Freeze and then the SuperEgo. All cool, but you HAVE to put something in the loop or you're gonna flip it fast. Overall, it has so good uses for small bands with one or two guitar players and you want to be the guy who fills in the space a bit.
If the superego had a switch to take effects out of it's loop and leave them in line, like a bypass loop, I'd be all over it. The idea of tying up pedals in the loop of the superego that I wouldn't be able to use on their own without re-cabling is, to me, a fatal flaw.
I, too, like the organ-type sounds. I'll use either a chorus or a Leslie sim in the loop, set the effect volume low, and use the Auto mode. When I get it dialed right, I can control the "organ" washes with pick dynamics; picking softer to play "unaccompanied," so to speak.
In the Normal mode, you can get a great feedback/sustain sound at the end of your phrases. It doesn't sound very realistic playing alone at home, but in a gig setting, it kills.
It definitely has it's flaws. That being said, it's a very creatively rewarding pedal. You can create some really cool stuff with it if you're patient. The auto-mode with a Lex (or another Leslie) in the loop is something I think sounds fantastic, and it looks like a few of you guys have stumbled upon that sound as well. I'm probably overusing at this point, but it's become my "secret weapon" sound, something the guitar players in the audience and sound guys always come up to ask about. It can range from decent faux-organ (but still a little "off" in an appealing way), to something I can only describe as approaching a "10,000 Light Years From Home" sound. Probably more.
BUT... it could definitely stand a few upgrades. Probably not high on EHX's priority list as I don't think it's that popular, but if they made a few improvements I'd be all over it. The tracking could be better... actually some kind of variable tracking would be ideal, as some of the cool sounds come from the less-than-stellar tracking.
But the biggest thing would be a switch to toggle the effects loop, as someone else mentioned. I've got an AB switch doing this now -- actually two, so I don't have to re-cable for gigs where a stereo set-up would be too loud.
sounds ah-may-zing with diamond vibrato in the loop but when bypassed it leaves ******, digital artifacts and strips off some of my high end (tried running a buffer immediately before - didn't help). Is running this in a true bypass looper a must (along with some sort of a/b dropbox for whatever's in the loop so no need to rewire)? if so, this just turned a $150 pedal into a $300+ pedal.