Since a mini Deja Vibe is out of the question right now and I decided to get rid of my Dunlop because it just didn't get me there, I've been trying to find something more pedal board friendly and more affordable. I did a little digging and found the Moen Shaky Jimi. I liked the clips but I kept reading that a lot of people were modding them with a bias control and it was still a space hog. I ran across their ULITE line of effects pedals and did a little eBay searching and found the Jimi Zero vibe for $60. It's pretty much the Shaky Jimi in a smaller enclosure with a bias control built-in. I'm not saying this pedal is the be-all end-all of univibe effects but IMO it sounds as good or better than the more expensive pedals I've had before, mainly a couple of Dunlops and an old 1st gen Deja Vibe. It'll definitely put you in Hendrix/Trower territory and doesn't take up much space at all. Another plus is that it doesn't require an 18 volt adapter - I can run it off my daisy chain power supply. I didn't know squat about Moen until this pedal, but I'm ready to check out some of their other effects. I already like this pedal better than any of the other univibe clones, and at $60 it's a steal. The red LED that pulses with the rate and depth controls is sweet, and the heavy-duty true bypass switch is just icing on the cake. Oops. I just noticed that this isn't the exact pedal. The newer one has a Chorus/Vibe push button switch. Here's the big dog... I dig the look. I'd like to know how they get away with having Jimi and Fender both on their box.