Thanks for that!
Good to hear some other feedback.
After much research Im definately going with the Jamman Stereo.
Although it dosn't come with the drum tracks that the boss does it has a bunch of slots (think 99!) to put in whatever you want so you can grab drum Tracks or whatever you want from your PC.
It also has a loop program that works derectly with PC or MAC, this to me is a huge advantage coz' you can save your tracks and make set/practice lists etc.
Also I want something for both practice and performance so need to go beyond the RC-2 I think.
I saw a guy doing heaps of demos on youtube with Digitech gear, and for me they seem the most versatile loopers.
Trouble is now my budgets gone from less than $250 to $500-$600-$700
Not only am I after the Jamman stereo now i want the RP500 effects pedal.
Lets hope they last, thats my biggest concern don't want units where stupid stuff like nobs falling off and the like happen.
Heres a link to the youtube guy who does all the demos for Digitech http://www.youtube.com/user/ralfjung
He's really really thorough and a good player which always helps. He also has a clear understanding of audio which is really helpful, much to learn from this guy whether you are interested in Digitech or not.