#1
Ok, so im saving up my money right now, and im looking to get a few new things, i am looking to get a traben array attack 4 bass, a DigiTech BP200 Bass Modeling Processor (it is an effects pedal with a drum machine and tuner), and a Rocktron Utopia Bass Wah Pedal, its going to cost me about $640. Is this a good deal altogether, or can i get better deals with other pedals?
Equiptment:

Bass: Yamaha RBX170
Amp: Fender Rumble 100
Pedal: Boss BOD-3 Bass overdrive pedal
#2
The bass is good, and IIRC the DigiTech gets good reviews here...but if you're getting the BP200, which has a wah built in, why get the Utopia?

Were it me, I'd ditch the BP200 and start building a real pedal board. Going by your profile, you're a metal guy, so I'd say with the $150 from the Digitech, instead get an Ibanez PD-7 and PH-7, and a 1-Spot power supply to power everything. You can add to this later.

PD-7
http://bass-guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Ibanez-PD7-PhatHed-Bass-Overdrive-Pedal?sku=150234

PH-7
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Ibanez-PH7-Phaser-Pedal?sku=150294

1-Spot
http://accessories.musiciansfriend.com/product/Visual-Sound-1-Spot-Combo-Pack?sku=150373
Nope, no sig here.
#3
Yea i agree with mutan corn. And maybe a eq would be a good buy they fine tune your sound and make it just what you want.
#4
I own the BP200 after letting someone in a store convince me to buy one. Its ok for home practice but if you are looking at serious pedals, mutant corn is right; put the money towards building a pedal board. I get more use out of the drum machine function than I do the effects and modeling functions.