Let me preface by saying that I'm a certified chorus junkie. I've tried so many over the years and only a few have really caught my attention. I have been building a cover band board over the years and have landed on a lot of pedals that I finally love and won't get rid of because they do the job in a versatile manner. The board also leans a lot towards Lifeson tones, because RUSH is my fave. Alex uses lots of chorus, but in different ways.... doubling, light, thick / lush, digital, etc... so I'm trying to cop some of the tones. So up until recently I had a Cosmichorus on the board. I love that chorus and think it's probably one of the best around. My problem is that I needed more than one chorus, or one with presets. I have tried dual choruses, but they didn't have the control I needed or sound I was looking for. So on a chance, I checked out the FTT Tri-Avatar on youtube and then ordered. It's honeymoon time for sure, but I'm truly floored by it as a chorus guy. The sounds from this thing are beautiful. From slow flangy tones, to light chorus, to 80s, to detune, to leslie sounds....does it all. I love that it has a volume control AND blend control. Most choruses don't have a true level knob. They'll just label as such...but it controls wet/dry mix. So if it's not quite unity and you're OCD like me.... the boost / cut will be a dealbreaker. Tri avatar solves that problem. The hi cut knob is great too, so you can back off the treble a touch when you engage the dirt. This thing handles dirt incredibly well. It doesn't overtake your sound. It melds together with it well. The sweep of the rate is great too....it has a WIDE range. So you can do metally flangy, to warm lush to a great leslie. The magic really is in the three 120 degree out of phase delay lines to help shape the tri chorus depth. You can hear them at work by maneuvering them around. It's a really cool concept. To my ear, I've had analog and digital choruses. It's getting harder and harder to discern any differences with the gear nowadays...and this is no exception. It's an analog dry path, but technically a digital pedal. However, it doesn't leave you feeling that it's "sterile" like some pedals might. I had a Mobius once and didn't dislike the choruses...but to me they all ended up sounding similar in quality. Tri Avatar is diff. The hi cut knob really helps tailor the sound so you can get that warm thicker sound if you want. The big win is the presets. It holds up to 4 presets that are foot switchable will cover all my chorus needs. It's controlled by midi too, but I'm not there yet with a true controller. It's built incredibly well and is relatively small (about the size of a KOT pedal). The jacks are on top and another plus is that it's 9V and consumes less than 150mA. Huge score. Love this pedal. If you're a chorus maniac like me and need a great solution...here you go. I got a great deal on it, so it was hard to pass up. Otherwise the price tag may scare some...but my motto is you get what you pay for. This thing is worth it to me. I hope others have a great experience too.