Your comments are appreciated. I've personally not considered the Boss GT line because of previous experience with an older model unit (a GT-5?) many years ago. The DSP power was far from desirable back then, and I don't think I quite learned how to utilize the user presets to any appreciable degree. While there was plenty of room with which to learn, there wasn't internet back then when you could view or download the manual online or print out individual sections to review. That, plus the fact that the DSP processor sounded "too digital" and not so much natural or analog. Since then, DSP processors have improved, and the Boss GT line has as well. While I find it easier to input rigs with a user-friendly GUI like HeadRush, so far, my analog effects (which are limited in number, and provide only 8 separate effects) from what I can see on YT, are below the bar set by other multi-effects builders, so that either might step up and provide easier to use input interfaces, as with most analog devices, or improve their own designs. At least, for me, the folks who snooze may be missing an opportunity to capitalize on what they should know regards multi-effects. For those who prefer individual effects, the analog classroom meets next Monday right after the "Just Say, 'No Thanks, I'm Good' " class.