I know there are a LOT of Strymon users on here, but for whatever reason there doesn't seem to be many threads, or even online reviews, about the Ola. So I figured I'd post something. I know there are a lot on here who just avoid chorus altogether because of it's overuse in the 80s. For whatever reason I apparently keep coming back to it, and find myself looking for a use for it in my sound. I've been through a number of chorus pedals over the years... the Boss DC-2, CE-2, CE-5, Digitech Multi Chorus, iStomp models, Line 6 tonecore, Danelectro Cool Cat (big steel version) and Milkshake, Visual Sound Liquid Chrous... There are a few that I liked in that bunch, but not enough to stay on the board. Well, this past week I found someone selling an Ola locally, and did a little trade (+$$) for it. I figured it would be easy enough to flip if I didn't care for it. Well, not only has it impressed me, but it has exceeded my expectations. I've been wanting to get some subtle shimmery chorus to thicken up my sound on occasion, and even take me to the classic Cranberries clean chorus sound. And this does it. And not only that, I've found that with the Envelope setting, I can have chorus on my cleans, and then it naturally dials out when I kick in my overdrive or distortion. Very cool feature - which can be used in reverse with the tri-chorus (no chorus when playing clean or quiet, but comes in to the mix as you play louder or kick in some dirt). The Vibrato is also very tasteful. I often stay away from vibrato, simply because i hear so many people going to the extreme sea-sick warble. Nothing against it - I just like a more subtle approach to my modulation. I think I may actually use the Vibrato on here! It can go to a more thick warble if you choose, but can also give the nice and sweet subtle movement that I look for. Not to mention that with the envelope setting it speeds up when you play harder and slows down as you lessen your attack. I have yet to use it in stereo... looking forward to trying that out soon. Anyone else on here using the Ola?