I ordered this pedal late last saturday afternoon, and it had arrived when i got back from work on monday. I played through it for 20 minutes or so, then popped the back off to have a go at tracing it. The molex connectors for in/out, power/ground and footswitch connections made it super easy to completely remove the pcb with zero risk of damage, and i then spent a couple of hours turning it over and over in my hands, peering at the traces and components through a magnifying glass to sketch out a schematic. Most traces are clearly visible, although they are tightly bunched at the top edge of the pcb by the pots, and some pass between the lugs of the filter switch.
All box caps values are clearly visible, but the electro's and ceramics are not all clear due to their positions. However, i found a photo on facebook of the parts stash used to build the pcbs, which made cross checking the parts values a little easier. For example, the big electro in the power line is likely to be 220u, and the ground cap at the input may be the 100p or 680p. The other parts that don't appear in my schematic are from the relay-based true bypass switching, which i didn't bother tracing. I tried to take some shots of the pcb, but artificial light and a crappy camera phone means they're not great and also too big to host here. Next time we get a decent bright day here in the UK (maybe April?), I'll try and convince my wife to take some decent pics with her fancy camera.