I play Sunday mornings in a worship band. There are only 2 pedals I keep on all the time, one is my comp (Mxr Super comp, aint cool I know but I love the thing, and my Line 6 Dl4 delay for just a little slapback unless I want more ambient stuff) So yesterday I am up there playing some amazing stuff (not lol) and I hit one of the longer delay patches to go into a solo, and as I am looking down, the thing just shuts off. Poof, nothing. Luckily I have it in TB mode so my sound is still there. Not knowing what else to do, I hit the patch again and it starts up again. Later on I look down and the thing is now off again. I hit the patch again and it comes back. I managed to limp along till the service was over, but I am fuming. I have had that thing for 2 years give or take, and never had a problem till yesterday. I knew in the back of my head that reliability was a problem with these things, but I chose it because it really did sound good. But for $250, I expect a lot longer than 2 years. And if eqipment goes at a practice, I will futz with it, but when eqipment goes bad LIVE, thats it, bye, too-da-loo, it's over baby. So I spent another $200 I dont have on a Boss gigadelay. I need something where I can switch between short and long delays and about the only affordable ones are the Line 6 and the Boss. After that, I will take the boss reliability, not to mention the 5 year warranty over the 1 year on the Line 6. Sorry for the long rant guys, I am having a "doh" moment here where I bought something despite repeated warnings from others about the Line 6. And line 6 if your listening, your Dl4 burned me and you lost a customer. Cant say I abuse my pedals, I keep em all mounted on a MKS pedalpad and yes I use the Line 6 power supply for that pedal. I baby my stuff man. I got $30 pedals that have lasted longer than the Dl4. So theres my war story for the week. I shoulda, but didnt so it burned me.