I have been very interested in a few recent posts ("Your favorite pedal that you will never sell" for example). Sometimes you can learn more about what someone really thinks about a pedal when it is compared to others, as opposed to a vague description of its tone (ie - "organic", I mean really, I understand that "organic" could be construed to be the opposite of "sterile", but what exactly does "organic" sound like!?) With all of this in mind, here is my question... Name a pedal that you owned and then sold to try out others. Then, after awhile, you realized that that pedal was your personal "Holy Grail" and so you had to go buy another (or are in the process of skipping meals so that you can amass enough jack to get it!). I am talking about a pedal (of any kind) that you realized after it was gone you couldn't live without, kicked yourself in the ass for stupidly selling it, and vowed to never let the next one go! Make sure to list the other pedals that you tried out to take its place in the process! On a personal note, I have had a massive GAS attack these last 9 months or so (I have bought and sold about 3 dozen pedals in that time). I am now building my pedalboard back up with those units that really worked for me. Hopefully, once it gets done, I can sit back for awhile and just enjoy playing (AND putting my money in the bank instead of into little metal boxes with funky paint jobs and various knobs) knowing that I have played the field and I can have some confidence that my pedalboard rocks! Here are two pedals that I just had to re-acquire: Fulltone ChoralFlange - first of a line of chorus pedals purchased, which included - Analogman Clone Chorus - DLS Chorus VIb - Ibanez CS-9 - Keeley modded Boss CE-2 - Maxon Pro Chorus. Sold all the rest and bought another CF. Analogman Juicer - another first in a line of compressors purchased that included an old Ibanez 9 series compressor - Janglebox - Dyna Comp - a cheap Dan Electro (can't remember its funky name). Sold all and bought another Juicer.