the new mini crybaby takes 75% more foot travel to accomplish same sweep as regular wah. whether this is good or bad is personal taste. one thing is for sure. it takes a different technique. i first noticed it when tuning our mini-talia ( world's first modded mini crybaby), so i had to break out the old measuring tools, see graphic below. keep in mind, the quickest way to adjust to the new mini is to let your foot hang way over the front, as seen in dunlop demo vids. this puts the fulcrum in the same spot we are all used to. important note. dunlop designed a brand new pot spec for the mini. they spread the taper out quite evenly through the sweep, so the player has much more control over expression. downside: if you are into the fast-quack, your leg and ankle will tire easily. dunlop did a fantastic job on the engineering of this pedal. kudos to sam mccrae and the rest of the team over there. very impressive. this is not your dad's crybaby ( not even your older brother's'!). 3 times more precise, engineering-wise.