At the request of cubba65 I want to chime in on the new Dirt Royale with Cheeze. First, cosmetically it looks slightly different than the Dual Drive and Power Driver. Instead of Marshall style knobs it has old school black knobs kinda like an MXR pedal. It has a blue channel and a red cheeze channel. I would say that it is a more gain overdrive and distrotion that is articulate and open sounding but I do not hear the "hi-gain" modern tones which is good as I do not need or like those nu-metal tones. The cool thing is the Feed knob which allows you to blend a Ge Mullard tranny into the silicon tranny for a truer vintage distortion/OD sound. I would say that the pedal fits between the Power Driver clean boost and the medium gain tones of the red channel on the Dual Drive. I really like the lead sounds from this pedal and the blue channel on its own has a nice chime and some grit without too much distortion. At times this pedal also has a vintage RAT like sound but with more articulation and less compression. It does also have a slight fuzz like response. I have only used it at 9 volts so far but will try it and probably use it a 12 volts once the Trailer Trash board is done. As with all of Scotty's pedals, this one is very amplike and blends well with an amp rather than sitting on top of the direct sound. I use a late 70's Marshall Super Lead non-master volume head and 4x12" Vintage 30 loaded Marshall cab. The amp was reworked by Kevin Silva of Uncle Albert's Amps who incidentally helped Scotty with the boards on these pedals. Again, this DRw/C is a winner and I hope Scotty continues to intro new pedals for a long time. For classic rock and heavy blues this is a terrific pedal-highly recommended.