HI, I posted a similar question a few years ago as I was changing my set up. I had the intention of going with outboard reverb at that time, but the cost was too prohibitive. I instead went with Waves Renaissance and although they're better plugs than what I was using I'm not satisfied with the sound. I'm using PT and a DIGI 002r. I've been using 2 AKG 414's in omni but I'm going to try a Decca Tree using the AKGs and a Rode K2 for a little more brightness and presence (see acoustic problems below) I am limited because of time/ schedule to change venues for anything but concerts, so need to record my choir in the classroom on a regular basis. The plus side is the ability for multiple takes and getting great performances on tape, the negative side is a relatively dead room approx 50'x 50' with one wall removed opening to a room about 40'x 40' which is very live (no treatment except carpeting and a lower 12' ceiling made of concrete). The main room where we normally rehearse has Wenger Acoustic Panels on the wall opposite the choir and industrial carpeting on the floor and suspended acoustic tile ceiling about 15' high. I would like to invest in a reverb that will give me a better sense of space for the complex sound of a choir. I can get much better than list prices because of my school situation, but almost 3k for a Lexicon Reverb still seems a bit much to justify. Can I get away with something like a Lexicon MPX1 with classical stuff or will I be dissapointed down the road. The only other use is primarily solo voice things in a jazz, classical or Broadway type setting. Your suggestions? T.C Electronics? Yamaha? Other? Spend the money on a PCM 91? Thanks, I appreciate your input.