Works As Advertised, But ...
This is a great piece of gear, and the sounds come across about as well as they do in the YouTube videos that show off the pedal's capabilities. The presets are an excellent set of sounds and are highly usable in a variety of situations.
You do need to work with this pedal a little, though, and there are some things to keep in mind.
If you're going for a straight-up organ imitation and want nice long pads, then remember that guitars don't sustain the way organs do. For that, you'll need to grab an EHX Freeze pedal or, as I did, the Superego pedal. The Superego's a great investment on its own merits, so I'm happy with the purchase, but it is something to keep in mind. Also, with the Superego, you can play a chord and depress the button to sustain, and then continue to play parts over the top of the sustained chord. What this can amount to, in effect, is what would be on the organ a left-hand chord with right-hand embellishment. Some great effects can be made this way.
As for working with the pedal, you'll have to remember that, in a sense, you're playing the pedal as much as you're playing the guitar. The pedal completely takes over your tone. There's not a lot of difference between the neck and bridge pickups when I play my American Vintage '65 Strat through this. You do retain a great deal of expressive capability, but for creating effective pads you'll need to play very evenly. Nailing the right approach isn't particularly difficult, but it does take a little adjustment. A compressor helps here a lot, too.
All this being said, this pedal is a lot of fun on its own merits, and is worth its price. Just be aware that if you're using this pedal to play organ parts for your own projects -- especially for recording -- then you'll need to supplement the pedal with an extra trick or two.