Sound — 1
This thing sounds awful. The returned signal contains none of the qualities of the one which was sent. You play a silky-sounding, clean-toned note, and what you hear being spat back at you, is a distorted, corroded noise with a rancid cherry of a high-frequency squeak on top for good measure. The manufacturers must have hoped that most users would be combining this with a bank of other signal-draining stomp boxes including fizzy distortion, and so wouldn't notice the fact that the only thing that the returned sound has in common with the sent one, is pitch.
Overall Impression — 1
They say that for every negative experience there is an equal and often unknowable positive. If I had kept this piece of junk, and in a couple of years time someone had stolen it, the part of me that can appreciate the unknowable might have added the thief to my Christmas card list. If it cost 19.99, I'd say you get what you pay for, but it's relatively expensive for a pedal effect. I was disgusted with the poor quality of this piece of junk.
Reliability & Durability — 1
It seems solidly-built, as you'd expect from something that's going to spend it's life being stamped on. But I didn't need to own this thing for 5 years to know it sounded crap, and so I can't comment on it's reliability because I returned it to the bowels of hell after a day.
Ease of Use — 4
Standard stomp box with a footswitchable on/off switch and 3 knobs which, even if you can't read, are easy to work out. Though you could argue that it's difficult to get what you're looking for because of the very narrow parameters, hence my below average rating.