Hello y'a all, just got the Digitech ventura vibe for 100 bucks (euro) - a friend gave it to me because he got a good deal on a strymon leslie sim pedal and did not need the other options on the digitech pedal. First of all : heavy pedal, feeling sturdy and solid. Stereo ins and outs - do not need stereo ins .. but no problem, maybe I will need them later. The footswitch has a "ramp" function, holding it means the effect gets faster but needs some time to reach top speed ... this is cool for soloings or elsewhere. VIBE : Excellent - very much what I hoped for and more. The tone level gives all types of squishyness, great for funky style. Big Plus : I can dial in a more subtle effect sound, with drive (pedal has a drive pot - how great is that ..?) It has mix and dephts - all possible from Trower and Gilmour to D. Bramhall 2. Vibe is definitly great. (I always had a problem with the two knobs of my dano pedal .. sounds good but only allows all or nothing .. Same with the Phase 90 - great, too but too much effect and volume jump for me .. sounding good, though) With the Ventura vibe I can do a more subtle effect sound and (best) leave it on for soloings. VIBRATO : Great, too. Every sound you want, even flanging ... very cool and not like a phaser ... it is chorussy like it should. Drive sounds good, too. It is a Vibrato sound as you'd expect. You can dial in the treble you want - and leave your amp and guitar settings as they are ... Leslie : In stereo this shines even more .. as said before : every option you need, every sound you have in mind. Maybe the Moebius vent or Strymon has more options and is closer ... but who cares for the last ten percent... A five-knobber is all I need to make my sound. Ramp option great for some spots or a soloing - rich and round pedal. Digital sound against analog : Cannot hear a difference ... have some analog pedals to compare (ehx, boss, dano). I like the clear treble - dialing it out is better than not having it. This pedal is dead quiet - no hiss or anything in my case (haven't gigged with it .. it's too fresh) This will be my only mod pedal for gigs now ... I just have to have the settings in mind to change them on the fly .. That is no problem. I like this pedal a lot and it is small and needs 9volts ..