I have them all. I can't talk myself into liking any of them no matter how much I want to. So I'm getting ready to join a band for the 1st time in 12 years. It's just a cover band--nothing to get excited about. I've been working on (re)learning the songs, and have all my OD pedals spread out on the floor trying each one out to find a formula for the set list. The idea was to use a cleanish 50W amp with a variety of dirt boxes for several different OD tones. That would give me plenty of headroom and a lot of tonal options in theory. Back in the day, when I was gigging in Austin, I used the original Line 6 amp when I played covers to cop all the different tones. It didn't sound great, but it was passable and the crowd didn't care. This time, I decided to take a different approach. I'm not liking the results so far. I have a Tube Driver built custom for me by BK Butler, a Timmy, an Eternity, an OCD rev3, a SansAmp GT2, and a Keeley TS9 all staring at me from the floor right now. And I can't get into any of them. All but the Tube Driver sound plastic to me, and the Tube Driver sounds too heavy in a fake Metal Zone sort of way. Am I missing something here? Or have I just been building and playing booteek amps so long I've gotten used to amp overdrive and outgrown the dirt box thing? Maybe I need to build myself a 4 channel switcher?!