Josh Scott of JHS always gives informative, no BS opinions on this stuff. I've watched a handful of videos and always feel I've learned a bit of history, or sound design, or whatever. I don't own any JHS pedals, but I wouldn't feel bad at all about buying one in the future. I love fuzz, but one thing I've learned over the years is it helps a lot to tailor the amp to the fuzz, often at the expense of the amp's tone with the fuzz switched off. I can totally see why that may not jive with Marshall purists who just want that amp drive.