Two broad topics - improve UI and improve modulation (1) On the UI front, organize parameters in relation to their function, and make it easier to find like parameters. Keep the "modulation" parameters clumped together, have "tone" parameters clumped together, have the "delay line controls" clumped together, with all of the "delay time" knobs in one column, all of the "feedback" knobs in one column, all of the "pan" knobs in one column and all of the "mix" knobs in one column. Make it so I can see all of the parameters on the screen without having to scroll. Right now the delay feels complicated because its just a semi-random assortment of knobs without much organization so I can't see what's going on in a patch quickly at a glance, and I have to scroll to see all of the parameters. (2) on the modulation front, it seems like allowing for control over type of modulation (vibrato, tremolo, chorus, flange, phase) and control over more parameters than just depth and rate is (a) doable, (b) more in-line with the delay block as its currently envisioned...obviously the idea is not to simplify things, so if we're not going to simplify things, let's go ahead and throw the kitchen sink in, but try to keep things better organized. And finally -- if we could throw some filters in like the Pigtronix echolution, that would be AWESOME!!!!!! In general I feel like the echo block is so close to being really great that I'd rather see that perfected before adding new effects...I can snag a Line6 M5 or small Zoom pedal for not much money to cover effects Amplifire doesn't do, but I've gotta lay out $500 to get an awesome delay pedal. I'd be more excited to see Amplifire have a KILLER delay and reverb section that matches the killer modeling section than see more amp models or effects added. It seems amplifire has the processing power to achieve killer delay/reverbs...and now I have a $600 box that replaces two Strymon pedals and a room full of amps.