I have never liked the idea of sticking Velcro on my pedals. I like my pedals to be rock solid and I also want maximize its resale value so I avoid using the hook & loop thing altogether. I use one of two methods for attaching pedals to my board.... 1) Screwing in a eye screw into the board on each side of the pedal then running a tie wrap through the eyes and across the pedal. This is the quickest method and allows interchangability. 2) Fabricating a base plate out of aluminum, G10, or phenolic that attaches to the bottom of the pedal and then attaching the assembly to the pedalboard. This creates the "ears" that are needed to bolt the pedal down to the board. I do this with Boss pedals because they are still interchangeable due to having the same hole pattern. This method requires more work but results in the most secure solution. This is the one biggest thing I think ALL pedal builders overlook in their designs. :BITCH How hard would it be to offer ears that screw into the side of the box or optional baseplates that allow a bolt-down solution?