I've been following the main thread. I've seen all the 'conventional' demos pop (Sweetwater, Mike Hermans, Source Audio) and the tones sound nice, but I'd like to see ambient stuff done. Also, the last time I checked (2 days ago), the manual was not available - users in the main thread were actually helping with copy editing. Once some time has passed I want answers on whether you can run 2 delays or 2 reverbs at the same time, and whether any 'single' delay algorithm can be multi-tap. Not that I can't ask now, I'd just like to see what people think after it's been out a while and more of the guitar-playing community has experienced it. We are seeing the market really mature; I'm tempted to divide the whole history of pedals into ages like comic book historians have done with, eh, comic books. Is this the Modern Age? In any case, we are seeing a push toward combo pedals and convenience that is new. Keeley had the workstations a while ago, but now he's got all the 'all you need' combo pedals like the DDR. And Strymon has the Flint, which is another 'combo', but I think we may see more small footprint modeling, 'combo' (this is all you need) pedals. I think you could even put the HX stomp in that category.