Hi all. Thought Id put this one up for your thoughts. Im looking to find a way to build some flexibility into my board so I can use an effects loop sometimes, and then have all pedals go through an amps front end at other times. My current board has 4 x input/output jacks. I currently only use 1 x input for the guitar signal and 2 x outputs to send to 2 amps (I dont always use 2 amps but I have that option). The board has the following path: INPUT A > TU-2 > TS808 > KoT (upcoming) > ARDX20 > Solemate > Ditto > AB/Y > > OUPUT A and OUTPUT B. Ive recently acquired a Fryette Power station which has an effects loop in it that Im keen to take advantage of (Id send the ARDX20, Solemate and Ditto through the loop). I wont be using the Power Station every time I play though so Id like my board to retain the ability to have all pedals go to the front end of an amp whilst still having the ability to send a few to the loop when needed. It needs to be interchangeable, although Im not sure thats possible. If I was to use the loop the path would look something like: INPUT A (from guitar) > TU-2 >TS808 > KoT > AB/Y > OUTPUT A (amp input), with INPUT B (send from loop) > ARDX20 > Solemate > Ditto > OUTPUT B (return to loop) Using my board in this scenario I would: Lose the ability to use 2 amps as OUTPUT A would be for the input into the amp and OUTPUT B would be used for loop return (both inputs would also be in use). Lose the ability of running all pedals into the front end of an amp when Im not using the Power Station, or dont need/want to use an effects loop. I dont think it is possible to have the flexibility Im after, but does anyone have any input or suggestions?