I'll preface this by saying I'm a bit of an overdrive junkie. I've been through probably 15 different drives over the past couple years in search of my perfect drive pedal and I'm still not there. I need some recommendations, because I'm failing at finding whatever it is I'm looking for. I like a lot of volume and drive available to really push the front end of my 6505+ hard. Where I'm running into problems is finding a nice compromise between dynamics/compression and saturation/noise. To elaborate on that a little better, I like my overdrives to compress because it gives them a tighter feel and what seems like more attack, but too much and it makes everything feel thin and affects the feel of my playing in a way I just don't like. In contrast, I like the drives to have some (very little?) dynamic character because it lets me feel my playing better, but when it's not compressed enough, it makes the tone seem loose and sluggish especially with faster passages, staccato playing, etc. I think the noise thing speaks for itself, but some of the pedals I've used have higher output and gain than others and yet lower noise. (i.e. the Savage Drive is a flood of gain, but the tight knob controls the saturation and compression and in part the noise. The OD9 Pro +, doesn't generate near the same level of output or compressed gain, yet as soon as I get it into the saturated territory I like, along comes the hiss and squeals) Some of my close to perfect drives thus far have been the Savage Drive, OD808X, Green Rhino, and The Spark. Some of the drives I just couldn't get along with include the TS9, OD9, and the Warmer. I've never tried any Keeley, EQD, Xotic, or VFE overdrives. I'm aware of the precision drive and though it my be a very good candidate, I prefer used to get some more bang for my buck. So what's a good fire-breathing, raw, tight, low noise, subtly dynamic overdrive for $150 or less?