Sorry to bogart the thread but I have been having a few new/old EH discoveries...
Trying an old Roland TR-77 rhythm machine through the Attack Decay reissue split into a Fender Frontman 25 (via A/DA Final Phase) and the TR clean into an Acoustoc Bass amp. It sounds amazing. The Attack Decay is adding all kinds of harmonics and changing dynamics (before hitting the A/DA). I may be overdriving it a bit, but it adds a lot of tone to the TR on its own.
I'll be experimenting more with the Attack Decay and drum machines and sequenced analog synthesizers.
I use my Mel9 exclusively attached to my Roland RS-09 now. The mix sounds so unique. Less cheese and more wood.
Also, have the EH Graphic Equalizer married to my Yamaha YC Reface at this point. It's like having a second set of 'drawbars' and a better distortion. I pipe YC>EH GF>Boss RE-20>ART preamp>submix into mix.
Cannot say how impressed I am with the Crash Pad. Not an effect technically (or is it?). This thing is as versatile as a $200 euro drum module. Has filter you can process through. Has a cv pedal input. Versatile from snare to drum to cymbal to noise effects. I often patch it with my euro as another drum voice via Grids, GT-8 or any divider.
Need to hook up Ravish to my new rhythm machine and see what happens.
Analogizer may be the most overlooked EH pedal. Does what it is advertised to do and is also a good ambience adder, gain/distorter and tone changer.
All that said... I need to sell another half dozen EH pedals. They are all useful and great but I do not use them all enough. Resale value...