First post, read the thread and had to throw in my 2 cents.
I have the Trinity Reverb (hall of fame special) and use the toneprints a lot. I change them with the iphone app which is a real convenience. At first I thought both the app and toneprints themselves were a bit of a gimmick, but it is really quick and simple to change them round. In particular, I like using the toneprints that are effectively a modulation effect. The Troy Van Leeuwen vibrato reverb is very good, and there are also very nice flanged and phased reverbs among others (which i keep as favourites on the app!). I don't think I'd ever want to spend the money or find space on my board for a vibrato for example, but it adds something a little different just for a single song in the set or for a bit of noodling.
Never ever used it. I have a flashback and use two sounds, a mod delay for a chorus-like effect, and a short slap-back, I think I should either get something simpler, or get to grips with the technology.
During a bit of a board shuffle last night I finally got round to updating the firmware on my TC pedals so I could use the iPhone toneprint app....and bloody 'ell that's a neat trick!
I really should have done this ages ago, it's brilliant, and dead easy/quick to use.
I've got a Hall of Fame Reverb and Corona Chorus, and I'm now wishing I hadn't sold by Flashback on.
I really wish the Flashback x 4 had an LED screen like my Nova Delay, that's the only thing keeping me from getting one.
However I am getting tempted to sell my Carbon Copy and get the regular Flashback again...but the CC is a pedal I've bought/sold/bought again I'm not sure I can bring myself to go round again.