I've had decent success with the pedals I've sold. Knock on wood! As far as my complaint earlier: I reached out to the seller again after a week and a half and no shipment. No response for a day. So I put in a request to simply cancel the order and get a refund. The seller seems to have refunded my money now with an absurd note that the item was lost in shipping. LOL. He never provided tracking, never responded to messages, and clearly never shipped it. I saw that he still had the module up on Reverb as of last night. I think this is a case of seller's remorse. His Reverb shop had a few different modules slightly discounted a couple weeks ago. He probably sold them, then changed his mind, thinking he should not have discounted them. So he probably just ignored the buyers, never shipped, and then relisted them. And given how Reverb works, you can't leave feedback once the money is refunded. So unless you give negative feedback before the refund, the seller gets away with this lame practice. Buyer beware of "The Guitar Guru Network" out of Atlanta. Oh well, I will just buy elsewhere. And maybe this gives me time to think twice about the Ecstasy and maybe consider the Uberschall instead. Comparing tones is far more interesting than talking about bad Reverb sellers anyway!