I made the decision to go back to a small rack set-up recently to get rid of the large pedal board and to stop the tap dancing. I spent the weekend setting it up and programming. The Liquid-foot pro midi foot controller is an awesome piece of equipment. Tons of features, easy to program and works like a charm. I haven't attached the pedals to the rack tray yet and just used random length Lava ELC (not mini) patch cables that came from my pedal board to get the rack started. I was wondering what some of you are using as patch cables in your rack. Since I have pedals on a sliding tray I would think I need flexible and long cables. I was thinking about using a pedalboard kit such as the mini ELC or George L's. I am a big fan of Lava cable so will probably go with the ELC solderless. I didn't like the idea of solderless for pedalboards due to durability but for a rack I don't see any reason not to (besides the movement of the tray). Any ideas about rack patch cables, cleaning up the back, as well as pics of the back of racks would be appreciated. Here are a few pics of the set-up so far.