Here's my dilemma: I have an SKB Stagefive Pedalboard. I have no complaints...except that the 12V jacks only emit 100mA of current, and my first one had one of the 12V jacks go bad. This is a problem for me, as I would like to buy a TC Nova Delay. I have three possible solutions to this problem: 1) Get an Eventide Timefactor instead of a Nova (it can be powered by one of the 1.3A 9V jacks). Positives: very good sounding, upgradeable, midi-switchable delay and no power issues. Negatives: the Eventide costs significantly more than the Nova, takes up significantly more space than the Nova, and doesn't sound exactly like the Nova (I'm a TC delay fan-favorite delay sound is Petrucci's). Btw, I've tried the Nova, but not the Eventide. 2) Keep the SKB, and still get a Nova but power it separately from the board (possibly from a power strip that I could use to power the board and my amp as well). Positives: least expensive, still get the Nova sound and added real estate. Negatives: still not sure I can trust the pedalboard's power supply, and have to purchase and worry about figuring out if I can attach a power strip to the board or board lid. 3) Return the SKB to GC, spend a little more cash, and get the Furman SPB-8C. Negatives: costs a little bit more, and no cable routing. Positives: more trustworthy (IMO) and versatile power supply, and wheels. What do you guys think?