Please recommend a minimalist effects solution for me. I currently have multiple effects but none of them are just right, my patch cables make noise, and I don't have a good power supply (1-spot but it's messy and noisy). I want to know all my options before I move forward. What I need: I currently play through a Victoria Tweed Champ. I only really use/need/want (1) subtle always-on compressor, (2) overdrive, preferably with a boost for extra gain/volume; (3) tremolo with bias-vary round-wave; (4) reverb, preferably spring but like variety; (5) delay, preferably tape, and would enjoy a looping function, and (6) tuner. What I have: I have a Boss ME-80 which is lots of fun and I really like the convenience of a clean all-in-one unit with no power supply or connecting cables, but its a lot more "quantity-over-quality" with a lot of things I don't use or need. The overdrives are not great, the tremolo is not great (very on-off with no control) and the reverb is not great (sounds ok but few options and little control). I also have a few individual Boss pedals: TU-3 tuner, CS-3 compressor, SD-1 overdrive, TR-2 tremolo, and DD-7 delay. To make this option complete, I would need to buy a reverb pedal, then figure out a way to get these on a smallish pedalboard neatly, with a power supply. Pros/Cons of a Multi-Effect: I really like the idea of having a single, small, clean box that does everything I need. I think the top options are (1) Boss MS-3, (2) Line 6 M9, etc. I just wonder whether the multi-effects are going to have the sound quality of pedals. Pros/Cons of Pedals: The problem here is that I don't have reverb, and if I bought it I would need to also buy a pedalboard, better cables, power supply, etc. Alternatively, I could sell everything I currently have and buy some different individual pedals that would do the same thing with a smaller footprint: Strymon Flint, Fulldrive 3, Dunlop Echoplex.