I bit the bullet and bought them all. Most of them have already been sent back, BUT I really love the metal pedal, and I'm keeping the chorus and distortion as well. My guess is that these pedals won't be a huge TGP phenomenon, but here are (very) short reviews of each: (Supposedly these are all true-bypass, so that's a plus over the Boss and Ibanez equivalents -- in most cases, anyway) HardWire™ HT-2 Chromatic Tuner: Decent. Slower tracking than the Korg Pitchblack, which is also TB. I think the Pitchblack wins in this category pretty easily. HardWire™ CM-2 Tube Overdrive: Man, I hated this thing. It sounded extremely nasal and congested to me. I really didn't find anything to like about it all. The EQ was kind of useless, as when you added in more low-end, for example, it was crappy-sounding low-end. I'm certainly not choosing it over my Maxon ODs, Fulltone OCD, or MI Audio Blues Pro. HardWire™ SC-2 Valve Distortion: A pretty nice pedal, with both modes being useful. I can see it competing with the Boss DS-2, the ProCo Rats, etc., and winning. It's is more flexible (the EQ is nicely done), and at the very least, it has the TB over the Boss. I don't have any "boutique" distortions to compare it too, really, as I think they tend to sound a little too fuzzy, and I like to keep my fuzziness to my fuzz pedals. I didn't the SC-2 up against my Shredmaster, but I will eventually. I don't think it will pale in comparison, really, even if it's not quite as sweet. HardWire™ TL-2 Metal Distortion: I think this is a fantastic pedal. Most boutique metal pedals sound WAY too fuzzy to me. Because of that, I settled on the EH Metal Muff. I actually really like the Metal Muff a lot, but it is (A) large, and (B), not TB. At least the MM takes a standard 9v adapter unlike the Dime Distortion. But I digress... I think I like the basic tone of the TL-2 better that the MM, size and TB aside. The EQ on the TL-2 is fantastic -- very versatile. This is a METAL pedal folks. That's for sure. HardWire™ CR-7 Stereo Chorus: A decent pedal. I've wanted a digital, stereo, TB chorus to compliment my analog ones for a while now. I'm not blown away by the CR-7, but it's a decent pedal. HardWire™ DL-8 Delay/Looper: Another decent, but not spectacular, offering. Most of the modes sound fairly good. I wouldn't call any of them outstanding. It's definitely gimmicky, but the reverse mode on the DL-8 is very cool, and I like it much better than the reverse delay on the Boss DD-7. Unfortunately, I think the loop functionality on the DD-7 is a little more natural, in that you tap to start and stop rather than holding down the pedal the whole time like on the DL-8. Maybe I'll get used to holding down the pedal for loops... I don't know. I probably won't ever use loops all that much, anyway. Actually, neither the DL-8 or DD-7 will ever be my main delay (I'll keep my Maxon AD-999 for that), but I think I'm keeping the DL-8 over the DD-7 for a versatile, stereo, digital "multi-delay". I haven't made a final decision yet. HardWire™ RV-7 Stereo Reverb: I wasn't impressed. For guitar, I'm almost exclusively a spring-reverb guy, and the spring setting on the RV-7 leaves a good bit to be desired. I actually thought the reverse reverb was the best I've heard, but that's pretty gimmicky. The other delays were okay, I guess. They also sounded a tad digital to me. Myabe not as much as the previous Digitech digital reverb and the latest Boss digital reverb, but I can still hear it. I think EH has the digital emulation of spring reverb pretty well nailed, though, and the unfortunate noise level of the Holy Grail has been fixed in the Holy Grail Plus, which is also slightly more versatile than the Holy Grail. I definitely prefer the Holy Grail Plus to the RV-7. Reverb-wise, I also prefer the Marshall Reflector, although it can suck tone when off with its "hardwire-but-I'm-not-really-true" bypass. Now where are the EQ, compressor, phaser, tremolo, and flanger? Actually, I would LOVE it if they came out with a Hardwire EQ that turned out to be nice. I still haven't found a decent TB EQ with more than three bands of control. It's pretty amazing that no one aside from BYOC (that I know of) makes one. BYOC's is noisy as all get-out. I'll give you a couple of years to put out the fuzz, wah, octave, filter, and treble booster, Digitech .