Got this like last week. Of course right after I bought it Sweetwater started running a sale on it for ~$30 less than what I paid, but whatever, cool stuff. Worth the full price, definitely worth the sale price. I wasn't planning on putting a chorus on the board, but I ended up using the built in one on the VH-140c all the time. Which is a cool chorus, kinda close-ish to Rolands built in ones which are obviously iconic, but doesn't have a tap tempo for fine tuning. If I'm fine tuning my delay to the exact BPM of the track using a master clock pedal, doing the same thing with chorus is desirable. As far as integrated choruses go, the 140C one is sick, and is obviously not a shitty afterthought tacked on like most amps spring reverbs or whatever, since large sections of the amp are designed around it and the C in the model name is for Chorus, but it still doesn't have enough parameters.
Besides, penguins are one of my favorite animals, JHS's whimsical graphics are hit and miss for me. Some are too hipstery. But penguins are badass, and pastel colors shouldn't just be restricted to guitars.
Only complaints would be I wish the stereo out didn't require a breakout cable, and I wish the side out wasn't a toggle where you had to pick between either an expression pedal control or a tap tempo/master clock control. Having both would be cool. It has both, but using them is mutually exclusive. The JHS dude(s) mostly stick to the classic boss form factor though, and adding the two jacks that would have made that possible would have probably required a bigger enclosure and be more expensive, so it's not a super big deal.
The tremolo mode is also sick. I didn't expect to use it at all, bought it mainly on its merits as a chorus pedal, but I fucking love it.