I'm pretty well settled on my amp/effects setup and I've been thinking I'd like to have some type of central switching for it all at some point without going crazy like a Bradshaw system or something. I used to own a Musicom Lab EFX switcher which was cool, have looked online at the Octaswitch, WOBO, GigRig, Loopaholic and something more simple like the Loop Master but the problem is I have two effects in my amp's FX loop (and maybe three if I finally pull the trigger on a flanger) that I want in the overall switching system and ideally I'd like to incorporate my Bogner Duende's functions in as well which are channel switching between A and B, tremolo on/off and combining channels A and B together. The amp footswitch is a single cable with two 1/4" plugs, each are function specific and one has one ring on it (tremolo), the other has two rings (serves dual purpose of "A or B" and "A+B"). Therefore, unless I'm missing something, none of what I mentioned above will work. I also don't want to break the bank on this one either as it's more of a convenience, I'm not doing unreasonable tap dancing having four effects up front and two in the FX loop but it would be cool to be able to go from clean with a short delay to say one of my fuzzes with phaser to all out distortion with both delays on for real spacey stuff at the touch of a button. Would my best bang for the buck be two Axess GRX4 units, one with my four effects that go into my amp and the other with my FX loop effects in, and then use an Axess CFX4 for my amp functions (assuming it will work with the Duend), tie all three together via MIDI and then control the whole shooting match with a MIDI controller?