I just put together a small pedal board last night for the Ampli-Firebox using a Dingbat Small and a Truetone CS6. I wanted something small and easy to carry that I can use with a Headrush FRFR 108. I haven't had much time to play around with it so there is some housekeeping and fine tuning to be done. I may want to get a couple of those short coils mentioned previously for a one or two of the tighter cable runs. Space was actually a bit less than I thought based on using the pedalplayground tool but I got everything I wanted to fit and I still have some flexibility. I can swap out the two mini pedals for a full size one, maybe substitute a chorus, or an EQ or some other modulation effect. The space for the White Spiral Boost could also accommodate any of my larger drive pedals like the Barber Direct Drive Super Sport, GCX, Open Road, or a Rat. The left channel jack from the Flashback is accessible so I could run a cable out to an amp for a stereo effect. The Dingbat has a lot of cutouts to accommodate cables and pre-drilled screw holes to make it easily compatible with multiple VD Labs power supplies. However I went with the Truetone CS6. The CS6 has three screw holes in the top of the unit to attach it to the underside of a board, and in general you need to drill the holes. You can only line up one of the screw holes with the pre-drilled holes on the Dingbat, but rather than drill two more holes, I used velcro and one screw to hold the unit in place and it's very secure. Looking forward to putting this little rig through its paces in 2020.