I deleted all my other threads concerning my PT-mini; let's start from scratch. This is my mini. The 2 grey pedals are 9v drives (a Timmy, and I haven't decided on the other one yet). So, I have 5 9v pedals and 1 12v pedal. How would you power this? I've thought about the 1spot route. For that I would get the 8 daisy chain and cut off the last two (this is safe to do, I've done it numerous times) and use a Gigrig SupaNova adapter to get 12 volts to the Nova. I know the Nova can run on 9, but it works best at 12, so it gets 12. I've thought about doing a power strip. Then I would use the 1spot and a 5 daisy chain to power the 9 volt pedals and use the Nova's wall wart to power it. I've thought about using a PSU. I'd really like to be able to do this, as I know this is the best way. But, I'm not about to go digging into my mini with a Dremel, either. If anyone has done mods for an ISO-5 on a mini (or any other PSU that meets my needs) and can show photos of their work, I'd love to do business with you. If only Brim still did PT mods... One other route: I remember seeing some new Voodoo Labs unit. It's white, and more like a rechargeable battery (so you don't have to worry about ground loop problems from AC power). The picture I saw showed it fitting perfectly underneath a mini. If anyone knows what this is and has information, this might actually turn out to be the best solution! Also, maybe the Sanyo Pedal Juice? If you have another option I haven't mentioned, I'd love to hear it! Please help me out!