I have a PedalPad AXS, and it's seriously my dream board...I was about to build one just like it that I came up with myself, then stumbled across the PedalPad site and saved myself time and headaches. That's the indirect subject of this post. As I began to accumulate pedals and allowed my obsessive compulsive behavior to grow, I started to run out of room (and money). I contemplated getting an additional AXS board, came very close to picking another one up used. I stopped myself. I told myself that as a bedroom player, I had no sensible need for 4 fuzz pedals, 3 overdrives, 3 phase, etc. I made a "rule" that if I can't fit it on the board, it doesn't come home. Well, I am happy to say that I have stuck to that rule and it's helping me control my spending and acquisitions. For instance, I just purchased a D*A*M 1966...if all goes as planned, it will knock off the MJM London Fuzz and the ToneFactor Huckleberry actually freeing up TWO spaces on the board. Sure, I really like the MJM and Huck...but there comes that obsessive compulsive thought process again. I still plan to have "one" of every effect I desire, I just need to admit that for me...having 3 or 4 fuzz pedals is just not practical. I feel so much better now after years of gear hoarding. I feel free, the weight and burden have been lifted. I either keep my trem or sell it and get another...no more of this, "that trem for rhythm, that one for lead, and that one for...". I am so excited to see this idea actually working. I have a problem with self control, so seeing myself actually sticking to the self imposed agreement is very rewarding. If any of you think you have a problem too, I suggest the technique I have employed here. For reference, the pic linked at the bottom of my sig shows the size of my AXS. I do have storage underneath where I keep my power supplies and pedals I rarely use.