Attempt to be brief: -Now have two full boards - a large Pedaltrain Novo 24 and a smaller SKB 12x17. -Was fortunate to build the newer SKB board from scratch ie no pedals transferred or copied from the PT. -SKB uses the Keeley Seafoam+. Tried it (mostly) sight unseen and mostly unheard ie not a lot of demo watching. It is outstanding. Goldilocks pedal. -Original board had Boss CE-5, then MXR Analog, then Source Audio Gemini. -CE-5 wasn't anywhere close to old CE-2 or even CE-3. MXR Analog was subtle but usually too subtle. Gemini has single/dual/quad toggle supposedly to mimic famous units eg Boss. We started out on shaky ground together and our relationship has only worsened. It sounds plasticky and 'laid on top of' guitar sound as opposed to modulating it. -Despite the swings and roundabouts I am not a huge chorus user except when the song calls for it in the case of covers - and there are numerous covers that do. Police, Smiths, Pretenders, other 80s and even some 90s. I know that chorus in general is a polarizing topic (no pun intended) because of its nature or association with certain genres or artists. So...I have the luxury of choice and time to experiment and replace the Gemini. Obviously in the chorus realm there are scads of boutique and looks-boutique-but-really-isn't choices. Some models restrict themselves to 2 or 3 controls and a basic tone, others have 5-6 pots plus one or more mini-toggles. The Seafoam+ has 4 pots and a 3-way style/effect toggle - seems about right in terms of flexibility & ability to adjust quickly. Goldilocks, as above. Form factor would preferably be the classic rectangle of height roughly double the width. A vibrato or Univibe-type capability is not a need, maybe not even a want. Another Seafoam+? Maybe...but trying out of principle to avoid overlap between the 2 boards. Wampler and TC Electronic are really the only non-starters for me (long story no need to relate here). Other ideas, likes, dislikes?