I use this for both personal use & at church. I use 8 different modes total (Spring, Plate, Church, Shimmer, Mod, Lofi, Hall, Default Toneprint 3) & I haven't even dove into using the TonePrint editor, yet. I find the typical reverb types to be authentic tones that easily create the previously missing piece of my tone. The Shimmer creates a nice ambient texture to slower songs that I would use for dedicated worship or altar call, but don't let that distract you from this pedal being great for secular music as well. I play heavy rock with a bit of punk & metal blended together though I have softened up into a bit more indie at my age. I am able to get excellent tones to make those songs better as well. I was a bit worried that I may not have much use for the Mash outside of Church (the place, not the mode), but it does come in handy controlling the reverb level. You want a bit more for clean tones (at least, I do) & a bit less for higher gain (it just doesn't sound authentic when it's drenched in reverb). So, the mash allows me to step on the pedal for the soft parts & play to the crowd with no feet tied up during the heavier parts. The one drawback isn't much of one. I was trying to find some new interesting sound by combining wah, chorus, & shimmer. As I stepped into the wah, no sound came out, but the pedals worked together just fine in other modes. I would assume this would be a side effect of the Sub & Up algorithm which I would probably place before the Wah if I had that pedal.