I picked up a stock CryBaby from a fellow TGP'r recently. As most of us know, they pretty much suck - shrill high end, muddy low end, very little sweep. Because they're not true bypass, they kill tone when off. I began thinking about getting it modded and checked out many of the options, some by our fine brethren here. I ended up going with a guy I found on the 'bay whose store is called Pedal Hackers Tone Center. Mike did a great job modding the wah. His site is a little vague about what exactly he's up to, just noting more gain, greater sweep, a more vocal wah, mid and bass boost. He also adds a true bypass switch and a blue LED. I sent along a yellow Fasel for him to put in. The CryBaby came back a completely different beast. Gone was all that was wrong with it and, in it's place, is a really smooth, vocal, wide ranging wah sound. The tone is very natural. It has some bite on the top end but isn't shrill. The mids are full and the heel end is huge and solid without sounding muffled. I'm finding that there are many cool and useable sounds within the sweep itself without even rocking the pedal. I checked out the inside and noticed that most of the components had been changed and the work was very clean. The turn-around time was a little over a week and Mike was very good to deal with. I had a Fulltone Clyde in the past and this modded CryBaby hangs with it no problem. Best part: $50/shipped! Very reasonable for the quality of work done here. He seems to specialize in modding Boss pedals by looking at his store on eBay. Definitely worth checking out and his prices are great.