I spent this years audio budget on an eventide eclipse. I'm not saying that it's not cool. It's got 400 unique effects presets. But I was mainly hoping it would be my go-to reverb. I didn't think i was that picky about reverbs, and that one solid reverb unit would meet 75-80% of my needs. Anyways, so far I don't think it does that at all. I'd still rather use my Trueverb or R-verb plugins (though my CPU does not like that) I found a couple presets that are decent (reverb 8 AND Pcm70 Hall) but they're not going to meet most of my needs. Maybe they're esentially in there, i just need to figure out how to edit the existing presets to get the natural sounding rooms and ambient textures I'm looking for? My MOTU Ethno i recently got has about 30 different reverbs and I really like some of them. If I could route my mix through that program i'd just use that! Why does this $300 virtual instrument have a better selection of reverbs than I can find in my eventide? I think I might just need something clean and simple.