I've been through the shelves and boxes . I've done a pedal stock check to decide what to sell. Too many. I'll definitely sell some. Maybe. Most of them were bought used inexpensively "to see what the fuss is about" is probably the simplest way to describe the driver for buying them. Frankly, now in my mid '50s, I'm at the stage where I tend to make make pretty much everything sound, for the most part, the same... like "me". It's what my old senses expect. I tweak stuff to achieve it; I thin out fat things and I fatten up thin things.... need I go on? It all ends up sounding just like me. I love trying new stuff. I make experimental excursions with sonic experiments and I enjoy them for what they are at the time. I push them for while to see where they go. But then I go back to what I know works on all levels. I make my Jazzmaster sound like my Teles. And my Tele sound like my P90s guitars. I want my Strat to sound more like my Tele and my humbucker guitars sound like my P90s..... etc. When I buy a new pedal I'm really hoping somehow for a better or more vivid "me". Isn't that how all products are pitched?