After using pared down boards for a while now, I have decided to rebuild my old, complicated rig. The reason for this is that I am in a new band now, playing mostly originals, and I love to use effects... Anyway, here is my new, improved setup (in theory, at least): AMVRi Jazzmaster / Hamer Artist Korina Bad Cat Black Cat 30r Combo Guitar-> Teese RMC3 -> CC2 Octave-> CC2 Fuzz Face-> Fuzz Factory-> Zero-> Octane 3-> ZIM (VT and H9)-> CC2 Provibe [W/Speed Pedal]-> AM Clone-> Supa-Trem-> DD-5-> EHX DMM-> **Verbzilla-> TU-2 (rep. w/Strobo at some point)-> Amp Yeah, I know, a lot of fuzzes, so sue me. PP/AC Question: I was planning on wiring up a PP2 to power all the 9vDC effects; this should be no problem for these 7 pedals. However, the CC2 and DMM take "odd" supplies; I was wondering if anyone has any experience with the PP/AC, and whether it could power the DMM. I know the CC2 is no problem. NYC PB Question: I was thinking of getting one of these, specifically the "Big Shot". I was just hoping for some advice regarding these. Any disadvantages? I know they aren't flight-worthy, but that doesn't really matter to me for now. I'm more concerned at getting all this stuff to fit without any serious wiring problems; do any of you think that may be a problem? I haven't yet taken the time to lay out all these pedals, so I don't really know yet whether they will fit. Reverb Question: I haven't decided yet whether I would like the convenience of a pedal reverb or the sound of a spring unit. I only use reverb for big, ambient, spring-y effects (see: J.Mascis [Dinosaur Jr.] on "Alone"). I would only be using the spring setting on the Verbzilla, but from what I've heard it is the best simulation that has been produced in pedal form. Any advice on the reverb front, taking into account that money is no object and that I will only be using spring-like effects?