Was pretty cool, for about a day
I loved all the features on this pedal (hence the extra half a star). And of course I loved the price. This thing is highly tweakable, Just about any delay sound you could want, even reverse echo, which I wasn't seeing on other pedals at the time.
Though there are certainly better sounding delays, it didn't sound bad at all for a digital delay (might have sounded even better in an effects loop, if I had an effects loop). On the other hand, at that time I hadn't heard many of the better delays, so I might have a different opinion on the sound if I heard it today.
But that is not to be, because this thing only worked for about a day. Then it started doing weird things, sound going in and out, delays sounding weird in ways they weren't supposed to, etc. A few days later it wouldn't even come on 90% of the time, and when it did it was only for a moment.
So, as someone who likes to tinker with gear, I took it apart to see if I could fix it, and though I didn't find out _what_ the problem was, I found out _why_ the problem was. I didn't expect quality hand wired booteek, but it was more cheaply made than I expected, with poor quality (and tiny) surface-mount components (which also makes it extremely difficult to work on).
Amazingly, the Behringer blues overdrive I bought at the same time still works. But I'm not too impressed with the sound of that one, so I have rarely used it in the few years I've owned it. If I actually used it, I doubt it would still be alive today.
So, two Behringer pedals turned out to be two Behringer pedals too many (was considering a Bugera amp until I found out Bugera IS Behringer).
Even if you're dirt poor like me, it's worth it to save up the extra money and get something that will last, can be easily be fixed, modded, etc. Really, these days there are quite a few good bang-for-your-buck pedals out there. And good old Boss pedals are of course tanks that will withstand a lifetime of stomping, and many sound pretty darn good too (while some people turn up their noses at Boss, many pro guitarists have at least one or two Boss pedals on their boards). Of course, if you can afford it, many booteek makers are putting out fantastic pedals that are not only quality made, but sound amazing.
So, in my opinion, you should forget Behringer. For me, certainly, there is no reason why I would ever even consider them again, unless I felt like throwing away good money on garbage..