Well it arrived and I am working through my own sounds on it. I had a few questions before I purchased it that I think have been answered now so I thought I would share. Can it sound enough like my vibe to replace it? For my needs yes. With the right stage selection, wave form and mix I can get pretty throbby vibe like tones, that have that familiar vibe "grit" so I am pretty happy with this. 2. Can it sound enough like/replace my tremolo pedal? I like my trem to have a hard cut, or full volume drop between the wave forms. It doesn't exactly get there but with the square wave and high depth and mix you can get really close. You can also get a trem sound by using the "ramp", high volume, and using the bounce, and volume dip switches. It's seems best to use the 2 stage setting if you want a more pure tremolo sound without any phasey sound. I also don't have an expression pedal on my Trem and with the Wombtone MKii was able to quickly dial in a setting with the Momentary setting to make the Trem sound change the rate at a set ramp. This is really awesome. 3. How close can it get to a traditional Small Stone phaser sound? I have a 1979(?) Small Stone, and I love the sound of it, so I was skeptical about this. I think if you don't use the color switch, you can easily dial in typical phaser and small stone sounds. If you use the color switch like me its a bit harder. By using the 6 stage option, triangle wave form, and the "ramp" feature to modulate between 75%-100% on the mix and depth, I was able to add a little extra sweep kind of sound to get very close. It's a little harder to dial in the exact tempo as the Wombtone has much higher resolution on the rate knob but it can be done. I just started this so I am taking pictures of settings, and will try and record some samples soon assuming there is any interest. There are videos of extreme sounds, but not a lot focusing on traditional tones, as I'm sure that's not why this pedal was targeting. In the end, personally I wanted to condense my modulation section on my board. I have a phase, trem, and vibe, and so far have not been happy with any other product that supposedly does two or three of these effects in one and provides an analog signal. I generally combine my trem with vibe, or trem with phase, and with the Wombtone MKii you can get a double LFO effect that I don't think you can do with a H9 for example. I also am excited about the MIDI setup so I can recall the more traditional trem, vibe, phase sounds, the combination sounds of trem and vibe, and all the extra super weird settings that are really were this pedal probably shines. This with the tap tempo makes this a pretty powerful pedal IMHO.