Just a PSA. If you leave your pedal board plugged in all the time, you are slowly killing the capacitors inside your pedals. Capacitors have the shortest lifespan of all the electrical components in a pedal and are only rated for a set number of hours. After that, they can begin to "leak" DC voltage causing all kinds of unwanted problems. By leaving your pedal board plugged in, you are running the clock on your capacitors, shortening their life. Granted, this is a slow death and you probably won't kill your pedals within the year. But it does add up over time and eventualy those caps will need replacing. So when not in use, disconnect the power supply to your pedals. Its "greener" and your pedals will still be alive years from now. That is all.