I'm getting confused and a little frustrated.. well, trying not to, it is a hobby after all. Background: Bought a Strymon Iridium and a pair of monitors for home use. My pedals are all mono. Issue: The Iridium greatly benefits from the "room" feature, which imo needs to be in stereo to do it's magic - make the rig sound like an amp in the room. I find reverb also enhances the authenticity of the tones, and I like to use chorus and delay as well. These time based pedals (which are mono) sound best after the Iridium. So I thought i was a genius when I realized I could just run the mono reverb after the Iridium left channel, and the delay and chorus after the Iridium right channel... This maintains the stereo signal from the Iridium to the monitors. However, sounds like the chorus (small clone) and delay (dmm) cause some kind of phase issue when engaged. Doesn't sound horrible, but just a bit too spacial if that makes sense. Question: Is it imperative to run true stereo modulation after the Iridium, or would a phase inverting pedal or device do the trick? Or am I stuck running my mono pedals pre Iridium.. I absolutely must run the Iridium in stereo (out), otherwise it sounds like just another lifeless modeler (in the room at least). Thanks!