Hopefully this will be a quick question- I have 6 amp heads (more actually but 6 for this question) and three cabinets. I simply don't have enough room for more cabinets to match a head to a cabinet for every head I own. Right now when I want to switch heads I unplug the cabinet from one head and plug it into another (with three technically available at all times). The struggle I have is getting behind my amp rack and cabinets is a pain, I have them all neatly arranged on a MetroRack shelf system and it's not on wheels (I should look into that though) or easy to move. I was wondering if I could take my three cabinets and plug them semi- permanently (unless I'm taking one to a gig, obviously) into a ¼" patch panel with the correct speaker cables and then have all my amp heads have speaker cables pre-routed up to the patch panel and plug in whatever head/speaker combo I needed without having to dig around in back and pull cables every time I want to play a different set of amp heads? Will ¼" TRS patch panels pass the signal through properly for speaker cables from the head to the cabinet? Any issues with Ohm loads when I go through a patch panel for ease of "patching" in speaker cabinets? I know I MUST have a speaker load on any amp head that is turned on, but will it hurt for that load to go through a patch panel? Also, the same question applies to effects loops for all these heads. Can I take my effects loop from my delay (for example) and run it into the front of a patch panel that's already wired with the cables to each head and just switch them out from the front of the patch panel instead of always having to pull them through the rack and into whatever head I'm using? I'm just thinking a patch panel would really clean up my studio cabling hassles and allow me to just plug and play as needed from the front of a panel with everything properly cabled from the back- down the rack shelf into the appropriate cabinet or head. Especially if I label everything nicely? Does this question make sense? I mean how do guys like Tim Pierce surround themselves with all those amp heads and have them all run down to a closet with a speaker cabinet without some kind of workable patch panels? Thanks!