I own 2 other tremolo pedals with tap tempo - Dawner Prince Starla and Diamond tremolo - both are very solid, and still have places on other boards. However, I was looking for one in a smaller format, to free up some wiggle room on one of my other boards. I also considered the JHS Kodiak, before going with Monument. The 2 things helped to win the day for the Monument from Walrus Audio. 1st, it has the depth knob on the outer / right side of the controls, allowing me to nudge adjustments to depth with the edge of my foot while playing - JHS' depth knob is in the middle between 2 other knobs, making it impossible (for me, at least) to make adjustments with the edge of my foot while playing.) 2nd, I was intrigued by the ability to switch from standard (bias?) trem to harmonic trem. It's fantastic - at slower speeds, the harmonic trem can provide phaser-like tones, and at faster speeds / greater depth provides a kind of uni-vibe (see what I did there?) Anyway, it makes it a 2-in-1, in my opinion. I kinda wish the tap tempo subdivisions were hard-clicks on the knob, instead of a continuous/smooth turn, because it can be inadvertently bumped/changed. Otherwise, it's a very solid pedal, and serves even more purposes than I'd hoped for.