I understand some of the issues loopers have with the wet/dry mix, but I would think feedback regeneration is a more critical function. At least it is for me. When in Loop/Sample mode, the Tweak (or is it Tweeze?) knobs function as modulation for the pre-loop echo. I'd much rather see this converted to a feedback control for the sample. Sometimes I like to have my loops fade rather quickly so I can constantly change their content. With the DL4's current setup, I have to live with the 95% or so regeneration setting when in Overdub mode. I'd prefer to use the Tweeze and dial in 0-100% regen. wether in Play or Overdub. Wet/Dry suggestion: I'm using the expression pedal to control the Mix. With this I can create loops that nobody hears until I turn the pedal up -- of course, they do hear the source as I play it. Even if it doesn't solve most of your wet/dry issues, it might be a technique you can leverage for something else. Interesting studio re-arrangement yesterday: Pre DL4 setup: ========== Strat1/Strat2 -> Gr-30 -> Mackie 1202 Gr-30 -> volume pedal -> Boss Gx-700 Loop out -> POD -> Boss Gx-700 Loop in Gr-30 -> Korg workstation -> Mackie Mackie Aux 1 -> EDP -> Mackie Aux 1 return -> Amp/PC Also: cables, expression pedals, midi pedal board, and power cords strewn about the place Current Setup: ========= Strat1/Strat2 -> Volume Pedal -> POD -> DL4 -> Amp. 2 power cords, 4 guitar cords, 1 expression pedal. All of a sudden I feel I can turn around without tripping over something! My looping hasn't suffered at all. Yes, I'm missing a few sounds and some flexibility, but I'll leave it this way for awhile. I feel suprisingly free. This might harken back to the discussion on technology as a restricting or expanding force in terms of creativity. Nice change of pace.