It's been years since I fell in love with it but couldn't pull the trigger. Well, I did! I try to be reasonable when it comes to expensive stuff and I often argue with myself. I bought a year back a second hand EHX Cathedral and it was a good deal. I needed a versatile reverb pedal for one of my bands. Coupled with my second hand EHX Pulsar, I was really pleased with the sound and so was my girlfriend who uses those pedals, too. However, the idea to have 3 great reverb pedals and 3 great tremolo pedals in one was at the back of my mind. I wanted a powerful and tasty thing to improve my tone. Here's my short review: I use this pedal with a jazzmaster through a clean Roland Blues Cube Hot. Reverb: I'm not going through all the modes cause they've been well described and demoed but what impressed me is that this pedal really improves the sensation I have when you're in front of your amp. I like the fact that it doesn't add brightness to my sound. I used to like the sound of my Cathedral in the amp but it made my tone brighter and a bit too agressive. The Flint has that tube amp reverb vibe that I had lost since I stopped playing my Hot Rod Deluxe. Tremolo: Compared to my EHX Pulsar, it's a totally different approach. I found the '63 tube mode breathtaking. It totally brought me what I was looking for: the possibility to have an always-on tremolo that improves my sound. I also love '65 photo mode but couldn't find the right use of the '61 harm with my playing (It felt too perfect). To sum up, I've waited for this pedal a long time and I'm glad I did. It's bringing something new to my tone and it makes my BC Hot sound like a surf machine!