I got my first batch of Red Witch Fuzz Gods yesterday, and I spent about an hour playing with one. So here's the initial report: This, at the heart of it, is a two-transistor circuit using NOS Germanium transistors. Basically, it's a real fuzz pedal. In the "normal" mode, you can get a very traditional, old-school Germanium Fuzz Face type sound. Very warm and crunchy. I like the trannies Ben has picked for this, it's got the right swirl to it. The "Wrath" mode engages the fuzz craziness, which some people have been likening to the Fuzz Factory. Yes, there are sounds that are similar to what the Fuzz Facory does, but it's done differently. This is by no means a Fuzz Factory clone. I think the basic idea of the Fuzz God is to have a Germanium fuzz that allows a straight fuzz sound and a wacky oscillation/noise fuzz sound at the click of a switch, and in that sense it's a fuzz roaring success. One caveat - the Fuzz God is not for everyone, just like fuzz in general is not for everyone, be it a Fuzz Face or a Fuzz Factory. This pedal wants to be played LOUD through a nice rig. If you're looking for quick and dirty instant gratification, go get a Big Muff or a Rat. But if you're a real fuzz lover and you're willing to do a little tweaking to discover new sounds, the Fuzz God could be just thing you're looking for.