I thought I would take a minute to discuss the Mayo. I got the pedal this past weekend. I have gotten to spend some time playing through it and I have to say that this pedal blows my mind. I have never really been a BMP enthusiast but based off of how much I love my Top Fuel, I went ahead and ordered up the Mayo from Marc to check it out. Upon plugging it in and turning the knobs, I was blown away. It has an insane amount of gain on tap but does not get harsh or brittle like a lot of fuzzes can. It stays completely organic. The tone knob has to be the most versatile of any pedal I have played. Turn it down and the pedal gets nice and fat and tube-like. Turn it up a bit and it completely cuts through with presence and focus. Very remeniscent of my Tope Fuel without the accentuated mids. There is no bad sound anywhere on the tone knob. This pedal covers so much ground it is scary. It sounds great with other effects thrown in such as a vibe too. Chords sound so huge but remain defined and clear and don't turn into mush. Single note lines cut but come through with a huge sound as well. I never got to own a Mayonaisse and I hadn't heard any sound clips of the Mayo. I bought it purely based off of the fact that with my Top Fuel and Ernie, what Marc describes the pedal to be is what it ends up being. No inflated hype. Just the facts and Marc delivers on his word. I wasn't sure if this pedal was going to be something that I would use a lot as I never really cared for BMP's or variations of them. This pedal has broken down that barier for me. It now has a permanent place on my board and I can't stop playing it. As with my experience from my other pedals from Marc, the build quality is top notch. You can tell that Marc pours a LOT into his work and doesn't cut corners in any which way. Everything from his wiring to his selection of cool knobs right down to the perfection of the finish is second to none. I wanted one in a different color so I went with a bright yellow. Special orders don't seem to upset Marc. He has done some others that are really sweet. The yellow with the blue LED looks killer. Just give the man adequate time to build and you will get what you ask for and more. There are a few pedals that I have that I consider to be "the best pedal I have ever played" but each one fills a different purpose. And with most of them, you know up front what you are looking for and what you are getting. The Mayo was not a sound that I was necessarily looking for and I wasn' sure what I was going to get but this one takes the prize as being the biggest surprise from a pedal and for the sheer fun factor in playing it. I currently have a Screw Driver on order and really look forward to getting it. Thanks Skreddy.