This might just be a HRI-question, but anyway here goes: I was planning on building a 'girly rack': - Mod Pro (pre-gain/pre-amp modulations; univibe/tremolo/flangers) - G-Force (either post-gain in fx-loop or post-amp through 2 fullrange speakers; filters/choruses/delays) - MPX-1 (post gain as an overall delay/reverb, at the same time used as a delay/reverb for piezo-pickups) - Rack interface; line-mixer for fx-loop processor and a line-mixer for output to PA/Studio-monitors/fullrange system) I've got the Mod Pro, which hasn't got a lot of competitors in that price range. 'all that is left' are two 19" rackprocessors that will give me stereo delays in the loop, octave up/down shifting, nice soundscapes and maybe some funky/whacky-filtering (1st one) and overall nice delays + reverbs for both guitar amp and for piezo-pickups (2nd one).. Being a student, I can't really justify the costs of (even 2nd hand) G-force AND MPX-1 combination.. And I really like either one, but I really shouldn't buy both .... So what are my options, according to you guys: FX-loop/delay/post-gain/post-amp: Intellifex: sounds pretty sweet and has really nice delays and chorussing, the lack of filters would be solved by buying a nice auto-wah pedal; which will save me money, by not shelling out for the G-force... The G-force's tuner can be substituted by a Boss TU-12 or TU-2 G-Major: although I like the relay-switching, the Major doesn't have its big brother's sound (or mojo....) Post-amp: Any sub $500/Eur 300-Lexicon should suffice, as long as it's got a display.. But the little Intellifex should work ok, as well.. what say y'all ? Something like: Mod Pro/Gforce/Intellifex or Mod Pro/Intellifex/MPX-1 or maybe even Mod Pro/MPX-1/Intellifex ? Let's hear it ... and... if you got to here: thanks for reading!