I've been using a Bad Horsey for about a year and a half. It has good points and bad points, depending on how you use your wah pedal.
Instant On - No footswitch button to worry you if the wah is engaged or not.
Delayed Off - You can adjust this to Instant Off if you don't like this feature. I think it's cool. Sort of like the tail off feature on Spring Reverbs.
9 VDC Jack - Easy to plug in and get rid of those pesky batteries. Mine came with an adapter, but I use a Voodoo Lab Pedal Power instead.
Red LED On Light - Just because I like little lights on my gear! :rotf:
Spring Back Pedal - With a standard Wah such as my old Dunlop 535, you can engage the footswitch and leave the pedal in a stationary position of your choice. Although I didn't use mine that way, you can get a wide array of tones from thin and nasal to thick an ballsy.
Wide Platform - It takes up more room on my pedalboard than the Dunlop, but it's more stable. A trade-off I'll live with.
I haven't tried a BH2 yet. It has a switch on the side that lets you select an alternate wah tone that is adjustable to your taste.
Post back here to let me know if you get one not.