If you don't need low profile, and your setup was for sure staying the same the Strymon Zuma will exactly fit the bill. However, you wouldn't be able to effectively power the HX Stomp unless you then added an Ojai or did something like run a Gigrig Isolator off of a tap for the low current pedals to free up an extra port or 2 for the Stomp. That said, if you think you may end up grabbing the HX Stomp, you can save about $20, and end up with less weight by using a DC7 paired with a Gigrig Isolator to isolate all of your low current pedals on 1 tap. The isolator is $70 vs a high current addition like the Ojai or DC4 than run off of the 24v tap of the bigger boxes. So you'd either have: $249 Zuma Tap 1- HX Effects Tap 2- HX Effects Tap 3- Amplifire Box Tap 4- low current analog Tap 5- low current analog Tap 6- low current analog Tap 7- low current analog Tap 8- 18v drive Tap 9- 18v comp or $229 DC7 + $69 Gigrig Isolator DC7: Tap 1- HX Effects Tap 2- HX Effects Tap 3- HX Stomp Tap 4- HX Stomp Tap 5- Gigrig Isolator > 4 low current analog pedals Tap 6- 18v drive Tap 7- 18v comp I've read some people have powered an HX Effects or HX Stomp off of a single 500ma tap on a CS12 or CS7 or CS6 as long as the total current draw of all pedals combined did not exceed the unit's maximum capable amount of supplied power. The CS12 has a max threshold of 3000ma which your pedals all combined (even if you had both the Stomp, and HX Effects) would likely not exceed, but I have also not read any reports of anyone effectively powering both with that unit either. It's $179 which would certainly make it the most affordable, but there's definitely no guarantee it will work. You could be the one to try it out and let the world if you're so inclined That second option is cheaper than a Zuma R300 + Ojai expansion ($199 + $129), or Zuma + Ojai expansion. The downside is the Zuma + Ojai expansion would have free ports should you decide you want to expand more even more and all of them would be 500ma capable. Just stuff to think about. If you think you're probably in the final stages of iterations of a board then either a Zuma by itself or the DC7 + Isolator will be great options to fit what you want, but which one would be better depends on whether you do make the switch to the Stomp or not.