After acquiring way too many stomp boxes, I have figured out the key to my sound is the Timmy. It is the first pedal in my signal path followed by a Keeley Compressor Mini and an MXR 10 band equalizer, all of which are almost always on. These pedals go to both amps.The signal is then split to the dry amp (Fender CVR) and the wet amp (Crate V50), via a Radial Bigshot ABY switcher. The wet amp is usually set to the second channel with the gain at 10:00 to get a little breakup. The dedicated pedals are primarily modulation, delay and reverb, although I currently run a treble booster before them. The dry amp has a Jetter Gold (MIAB), Tone Bender Fuzz and a Klon clone in front of it. The attached pic shows the pedals I used with a PRS SAS on the bridge pickup. Forgive the lengthy post, but I am ecstatic with the sound of my rig with the pedals arranged in this way. My tone quest may not be over, but I finally feel I am on the right road.