Well....the title says it: who's into T-Rex effects? I have a Gull Wah and a T-Rex Tonebug Booster in my main pedalboard. I was never that much into wah wahs until I was able to buy a Gull Wah for a nice price on ebay - well, the fact that I bought a second one as a back-up says all, I guess.....awesome pedal. I mainly use the wah2 setting and sometimes the yoy-yoy which is a pretty unique effect. Boost knob around 10.00 o'clock and scoop knob around ca. 5 to 12.00 works fine for me. Since using the Gull we do more and more 70s funk and soul stuff....I'm more into clean and subtle crunch sounds, I find the heavy overdrive Kirk-Hammett-settings a bit....pretentious and somehow un-dynamic - but I'm not into heavy overdrive/distortion anyway, I just can't "work" with the metal-scoop tone, it sounds dead and sterile to me. The Tonebug pedals were designed as a sort of low-budget pedal series (well compared to the usual T-Rex pricerange, that is). I had the Overdrive but that somehow didn't respond to well with my amp - too noisy compared to other overdrive pedals and a loud "click" when activated. But the Booster is very low-noise and effective, I use it in my effect loop to have a solo/lead-boost; the scoop knob adds even more versatility to cut through the mix. I also have a T-Rex Reptile (first series) on my back-up pedalboard. It would definitely be on my main bard, but my TC Nova Delay with it's presets and the quarter and eights note delays is just more versatile for live gigging. Still thinking about moving it to my main board 'though, because of the warm delay-tone and the great modulation-mode.....I actually like the modulation more than most chorus pedals I ever used.... So......what's your T-Rex pedal?