Since all (or most) BF/SF Fenders have the same tone stack, I've found that OD pedals that work good for one model tend to work equally well for others. For me personally, that equates to an OD with at least some mid emphasis, and a bit of bass rolled off. It then comes down to being able to fine tune the treble response, to work with how the amp is set, and what speakers are being used. Translation - I actually don't care for anything TS-like for that reason, because I'm usually fighting to get the treble response in the sweet spot, and hate having to screw around with the treble knob on the amp, and ending up with a compromised clean tone when the pedal is off. ...I'll also echo what some others have said about using bass-heavy pedals such as a BD-2, OD-3, or ODR-1 with the lower-powered BF/SF Fenders - unless you run them with the gain really low, they just don't cut it. And because you're restricted to running the gain low, I'd look to other pedals that are much more flexible thru their gain ranges. Lastly, I love BF/SF Fenders with 10s in them. They just do something sonically for me that a DR or TR can't match. Pairing up a PR with the right OD is probably similar, for that reason.