If You See Kay... ...tell her she might not want to power her StroboStomp off of the Line 6 output on a PP2 and try to power another effect pedal off of the Strobo's power out jack. Grrr. I have had my Strobo on my board for 2 years without incident. Tonight I decided to add another pedal to the board (new flanger) & power it off of the Strobo. I've been powering the Strobo off of the 6th output of the PP2 in normal mode for 2 years. Since the Strobo draws about 80ma, I thought I'd flip the DIP switch to L6 mode so I could be sure there was enough power for my flanger. This was not as smart a move as I had thought it would be. As soon as I connected power to the PP2, the Strobo started arcing, smoking, and stinking. I pulled the plug instantly. Looking inside, there are fried SMDs (looks like caps) and soot by the output jack. Figuring the worst, I checked out my new Flanger & fortunately for me it's fine, along with everything else on the board. I checked all cables and the PP2 out with a VOM, and everything seems good. No shorts, no bursts of current. I put a TU-2 in place of the Strobo, same cables, same setup, no problems. Works as it should. Whiskey. Tango. Foxtrot. I've heard of others troubles with the StroboStomp being quirky, but I haven't heard of this before. I may have finally pioneered something in my life. Maybe it was ball lightning, a power surge that only affected one output of the PP2's transformer, or perhaps Jesus really wants me to buy that PitchBlack tuner. All I know for sure is it was friggin' weird, my house still stinks of burnt circuitry, and I'm now in need of another tuner. Frak. I wanted to buy another delay pedal instead.