Hey guys, I've really wanted to replace my 90s v847 for a pedal with a bit more vocalness, and less tone sucking. I need a wah that can handle high gain (not dual rec high, marshall tsl60 lead full gain). However, that clean "Shaft" style wahka wahka is also desired. Battery covers is not an issue, as I plan to power with a Pedal Power 4X4. So preferably, I'd like an outer power jack. I also would need true bypass, because I want to run in front of some fuzzes. I've been looking into crybabies, and I found 3 that I would consider: 1. Crybaby from hell (apparently the most versatile, tweakable) 2. Jc95 (The Cantrell sig. Like this voicing the most, however, if I could find another pedal like the dime or 535q that could do this, I'd take that) 3. 535q (cheapest, most tweakable. If very similar though, I'd rather take the Dime. I'll play everything from blues, to metal, but the heaviest would be Slayer or Dream Theater, lightest being SRV. I also looked into the Morley wahs, but I'm fine with switched wahs. I also heard pot lifespan is less with switchless. Is this true? I love the Budda wah's casing (my fave wah casing imo) but I'm not a big fan of the sweep. As nice as Teese and Wilson wahs are, I just don't have the budget. I'd preferably buy the pedal used under $125. Thanks for all feedback!