I used them for my EQD Tone Reaper and Hoof. You say you're not fond of fuzzes, but the Hoof is a good drive when turned down.. I also used one as the buffer on my Psi-Fuzz. Look for distortion projects that use them in place of clipping diodes too.
Not much of a player, really, hehe. I enjoy playing classic 70's hard rock (Hawkwind, Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Boston, Uriah Heep, BÖC, etc) and 80's Heavy Metal (Saxon, Mercyful Fate, Judas Priest, Candlemass, etc). But for band purposes, first-wave black metal (think Bathory, Celtic Frost, Venom, Bulldozer...)
Not very fond of the whole stoner-doom genre, with some exceptions though (Cathedral has THE ultimate guitar tone for this style, god if someone could find out how Gaz got that huge sound I'd be damn grateful!!!!)
So my ideal rig is usually some overdrive-or-distortion-into-Marshally-amp kind of stuff
Maybe it's just in my head, but I've always found that a lot of fuzzes somehow "substract" power and punch to chords. Yes, you can get some massive, crushing sounds out of it, but I always loved the classic rock kerranngg better