FYI: I posted a little blurb on an existing Caveman thread posted last month, but since I've not done an NPD for quite a while, I thought I'd share this here too. Anyway..........fresh off the USPS Truck, my new Oddfellow Caveman V2. Back story: When V1 was released, I hadn't heard about it until I happened across a demo and thought "what the heck" because it sounded so good to my ears. So after I sent an email to Jonathan last summer, he sent me the V1 Caveman, and I thought so highly of it, I wrote a little review on TGP and shared my experiences. So that's why I'm doing it again for V2, as I rarely write reviews. I know a lot of folks liked V1, but like me, some of us had wished that there was a way to control the Boost side since it can be a bit sensitive at different amp volume settings. Enter the V2; Total control of the Boost, and the ability to either route the signal Pre or Post, (almost like 2 pedals combined). Anyway....the thing I love about the Caveman V1 and V2 is how responsive it is to Pick Attack. I had an OKKO Diablo Gain+ that I used prior to the Caveman, but with SSH guitars, I had a bit of a problem balancing out the EQ between single coil settings into Humbucker settings in order to get the type of mid-gain to semi-higher gain tones I wanted. The Caveman solved this problem by giving me ton's of girth and fullness, even with single coil bridge pickups....but not to the point where the top end was washed out. Because it responds to my pick attack so nicely, I'm able to get sparkly cleanish tones out of my amp, and with the flick of the switch, get gobs of gewy/chewy lead and rhythm tones. I've only had a few minutes to play around with V2, but so far, I'm loving every minute of it. I'll try to post a sound clip in the next few weeks....but there are a few good demos, so I'll leave Andy's here so you can get a better idea of what this pedal does in case any of you haven't heard one yet. And finally.....you WON'T find a nicer guy than Jonathan to deal with IMO. His Customer Service has been Top Notch, and for that, I'm very appreciative.