I am in the market to get a Lovepedal Eternity . . . . just love all the clips and comments I am finding on this pedal. However, there is also so much mystery behind the various versions that Sean has built over the years, which I was unable to fully resolve. I did a few searches here and was able to find a few tidbits about the variations, but nothing very definitive. So I emailed Lovepedal directly and here is the info I received back from Paul: Hi Tim, The link you sent me is for the Eternity Fuse which sells for $214.00...........................................The pedals all have a slightly different circuit with different IC chips. The burst is a nice warm Overdirve and was offered in a handwired build and a PCB build. The E6 is a high gain pedal more in the distortion area with more low end as well. This is still available on the website. The Eternity Overdrive Fuse and the Eternity Fuse are one in the same. The Roadhouse is more focused and is more tighter/narrow in response. The Kanji Eternity is a bit cleaner and warmer with a touch more low end as well. Thanks, Paul So far my favourite clips have been of the Eternity Fuse, but Paul tells me they are not making that pedal anymore and the only current production is the Eternity E6. While I like the $159 price tag for the E6, I am not wanting a version with more gain, more compression and more bass, so I think the Fuse is the version for me. Anybody here have any comments or hands on comparisons of the Fuse to other versions?