So I've been on the edge of ordering a Strymon Flint for quite some time, but always seem to run into some other super awesome trem pedal used right when I've just about passed the threshold of finally ordering one. Seems like it would be a really awesome combo pedal for me to have given that a) I really love good spring verb and tube/optical/harmonic trems and b) A big majority of the amps I love playing through have neither of them onboard The current mounting GAS attack for one is immediately motivated by the pending rekajigger of my recently assembled stereo board, kinda thinking of a layout like this: It would be replacing the Cusack Tap-A-Whirl V3 on this board, letting me put the trem where I want it in signal path and also giving me a couple dedicated spring sounds (and easier access to an additional trem sound) so I can let the BigSky focus more on other verb sounds (and provide some cool verb stacking options for space-ier ambient sounds). I guess what I'm wondering is whether the Flint will wind up standing up against the really great dedicated pedals I've already got for spring verb and trem for me. I usually find demos to be marginally useful in answering this due to the nature of the delivery of the videos and that a good bit of what makes a pedal work for me is how it feels to play through it as much as how it's going to sound w/ my stuff. They can give me an idea of the capabilities and features well enough, but not necessarily how the implementation of said capabilities will work for me. So I guess my actual question(s) for Flint owners past and present: Do you still have and/or use your Flint? Do you find it to beat out dedicated verb and/or trem pedals that you've tried? What sounds/functions do you find to be it's strongest and weakest? How does it do w/ preserving the dynamics you're feeding into it? I know a lot of what I'm asking is subjective but I'm still interested in your feedback. Thanks!