So, about a month after proclaiming to the enabling guitarist in my band that I was done...DONE!!!! I had the perfect set up between my Friedman and my Triple Wreck and didn't need to look at anymore pedals. I had the perfect sound I was looking for...well not the perfect sound...but it was ok...I could live with it. Ok I admit it I was settling somewhat. We have a habit of egging each other on to buy pedals, mostly to make ourselves feel better about spending money on more pedals. Well he comes in with a Strymon Sunset...and insisted on yammering on about the wonders of this pedal. At first I'd "politely" entertain his mutterings about how he could ditch his Plexi Deluxe now that he had the Sunset and think to myself yeah this will last two months. We have very different tastes in a distortion tone so I just figured the Strymon was a pedal that was working for him...and did I mention I had everything I needed? Also, I got a Strymon Riverside last year that sounded good but was having trouble getting what I was looking for out of it. So, my preconceived notion of Strymon distortion wasn't going to work for me. Then I started to listen to all the talk about the stacking ability and two pedals in one and the review videos became an obsession. Well Chappers and the Captain had me intrigued enough to check Reverb to see what Sunsets were going for. $220 was apparently the price I could not pass up despite it came without a box or manual. Has anyone tried this thing? My god it's awesome. There is so much flexibility in this pedal I've bumped my over drive off my board. I can get great solo tones and classic rock rhythm from one pedal. If you can get your hands on one, I recommend giving it a try. Each side has three different voicings to choose from, for a total of 6 different voicings. On top of that you can choose to stack side A into B or side B into A or even A and B in parallel. Sorry to ramble on and on but this thing is my favorite piece of gear at the moment.