I bought one when they first came out. Just found another one at a pawn shop for $30, so I scarffed it up and now run two with my rig. One set for chorused delay and the other goes between tape delay and solo delay. I'm not smart enough nor do I have enough time to figure out setting them for diifferent delay times ( ala Edge ) for the U-2ish type delays, but for my needs, these pedals have proved to be reliable, toneful and very cost effective.
The only problems I have encountered is the fast drain of batteries, ( a couple of adaptors solved the problem )and the first one I bought has a bit of a problem with the pedal becoming a bit microphonic. It's intermittent and does not bother me, but I'm sure it would if I was using the tap temp or sample/hold function. Since I don't use those, it's no biggie.
This pedal is very versitile. Lots of delay time and lots of features packed into this little tone monster. I gave up using a chorus pedal sveral years ago, but the choursed delay effect in this pedal is stunning. Run stereo with two amps, it's rich, lush, inspiring and HUGE. I love the way the chorus effect blends it's way in at the end of the note/chord. Very subtle and very cool.
The tape delay setting is pretty good also. Much cleaner ( of course...it's digital! ) than an old echoplex or klemmet with no way to degrade the repats, but still, a very cool and highly useful effect.
The solo delay setting is wonderful for adding fat, lardacious delay tone to a distorted solo. I run both of these after my volume pedal so the delays tape off naturally when the volume is turned off.
While I'd much rather be playing through a Fulltone TTE or old echoplex, the excellent sounding, versitile Digidelay is a nice, cost effective alternative. A great pedal imho.