Yeah. The problem with the Klon for home use to me is that it really is designed to push an amp that is cooking. Do you like Tube Screamers at home? Many don't, particularly if they are looking for the PEDAL to supply the clipping and sustain. Unlike a TS, the "mid-centric" EQ curve is not "fixed". As soon as you step on a TS, lows and highs are cut and mids are also emphasized heavily, REGARDLESS of how high you set the Drive. It is also very, very compressed. With the Klon's Gain knob set low/off, there is only a very, very gentle mid emphasis, and that emphasis is "broader" (less like a tunnel) than a TS. It is also far less compressed. That is the magic as a live boost. It has a really nice EQ curve and very, very gentle compression that equates to presence and dynamics with no amp flub. The "problem" for some home users is that if you need the pedal to supply the clipping, when you turn up the Gain, the mids get more emphasized and it can get kind of strident/nasal in isolation. It remains far less compressed than a TS and to my ear less nasal/strident. It also retains far more dynamics. One final thought. A DOD250 reissue gets close-ish to the "live Klon" thing at home. Closer than a Klon used at home to me. But it is a more raw (less refined) and rougher pedal overall, to me. In a surprise turn, a bog standard DS-1 with the Tone maybe 9 o'clock and the Drive 9-10 o'clock actually gives more of the open, dynamic and sustainy feel of a "live Klon" to me than most other things I've tried.