Understood. Then you can perform some "double-shifting" effects, too. I use a Whammy4 to shift down an octave (or whatever). Then use the PitchFactor to raise the signal back up to pitch. Wonderfully dark, unique, and sometimes glitchy tones (especially with the H910/H949 options).
More on topic: I would think that you might want to consider the H9-specific algorithms as well (Resonator, UltraTap, and what ET comes up with next).