"Good Features, doesn't sound as good as a Dunlop Crybaby"
The sound is not as good as the Dunlop Crybaby. The Q is not wide enough as on the Dunlop, so the wah sound is not as dramatic and therefore not nearly as useful for 70s funk type styles. Also, the sound from the optical sensors are a little weird, and not as pleasant as on the Crybabies.
The features are more useful than the sound. The effects turns on/off automatically, depending on whether your foot is on the pedal or not. There are also two settings, which can be toggled via a footswitch, between the default wah setting and one you set yourself (this setting also lets you boost the volume).
Haven't needed any, yet.
All right. Not a great sound, and it's not cheap, either.
The Wow Factor:
The features are good, but since you can get most of them and a better sound with the Crybaby 95Q, I'd probably go with the Crybaby.