There's another thread on here about availability, so hopefully I'm not being redundant. I just got my copy of the latest Musician's Friend catalog and there is a review of the Korg pitchblack. True bypass, cast aluminum, the displays look pretty big, it can do a meter or strobe emulation. All in all it looks really good for $90. I've been thinking of upgrading my Boss TU-12 to something in pedal form and don't want to spend a fortune. I'm leaning towards the TU-2, but the Pitchblack looks like a winner. I don't want to spend the $$$ on a Strobostomp (the little virtual tuning fork thing on my MicroCube is my favorite way to tune at home and I still lament losing my real tuning fork). Plus, folks around here seem to like the Korg tunes. I figure, if it's True Bypass, built sturdy and works, what's not to like? Looks like the only thing lacking is a microphone for tuning acoustically, but none of the other pedals have those either right? (My TU-12 does have one...) Early opinions?