This thing looks pretty interesting... It is Strymon's new "dual overdrive" pedal, the Strymon Sunset. As it appears in the video, it has two separate sides. Side A has a three-way toggle switch to select between a germanium style clipping section, a TS-inspired clipping section, and a booster that can be configured between a full-range booster to a treble booster by using the tone knob. Side B has a three-way toggle switch as well, but this toggle switches between 3 types of clipping that are different from side A. The first position is a "2-Stage" clipping style that has a soft clipping stage followed by a hard clipping stage; the second position is a hard clipping stage that emulates op-amp distortion, and the third position is a JEFT stage that uses the overdrive of the pedals actual JFET input as a clipping stage. In typical Strymon fashion, the pedal is not analog (aside from its JFET input). It uses DSP to recreate the sound of the various clipping stages. I don't hold that against it, though... most (if not all) of Strymon's pedals operate the same way, and they all sound really nice to my ears. I just bought the Strymon Riverside "Multi-stage" Drive, so I was honestly unpleasantly surprised by the release of this pedal! However, after looking at their website, Strymon says that the two pedals are very different architecture, and after seeing the difference between them, I am not displeased with my purchase, and I can see that there is room for both in their lineup. It looks like the Riverside is more of an amp "gain stage" style drive, while the Sunset is more of a replication/emulation of many famous drive pedal circuits. Any thoughts on it? It seems like it could definitely replace a few drive pedals... But it is $299, so it had better replace a few drive pedals!