I've asked a couple of times myself and there have been countless posts on the forum about pedalboards but I call upon all ye wise ones. I currently have a Pedaltrain2 with the ATA case and since my thrist for pedals has really been increasing, I'm just about out of room. I just bought a new pedal last night, gonna have to slap it on top of my Voodoo Labs PP2 for now. I need to go bigger obviously so I've been checking out the many offerings NYC, Pumaboards, Trailer Trash, Pedal Pad and the Pedaltrain Pro. I'm winding down on purchases but I forsee an Axess BS2 in my future and I do have one small spot left on the Pedaltrain2 to fit it that wouldn't work for an effect pedal but is fine for something that doesn't need to be accessed. Thoughts of a Carl Martin Combinator or even that midi switching unit Scott Peterson has are dancing in front of my eyes for the future so a bigger board would be necessary at that point. The one item that is limiting me is my ZVex Trem Probe. I love this pedal too much to get rid of it for a standard volume pedal and I want it to stay on the pedalboard. What's limiting is a pedalboard with too high of a front lip doesn't allow me to anchor my heel on the ground to use it, I have to float my foot over it. I do this now with the Pedaltrain. When I had less pedals, I actually set it up so that there was a blank space at the bottom of the board for me to anchor my heel on. That space is long gone. I used to have a Furman board and it was practically flat to the ground but I moved away from that board for many reasons and don't want to go back, I don't want any completely flat pedalboard unless it's provisioned with a second tier (like NYC), I like the angled boards for easy acess to all pedals. So here's what I've found so far with pros and cons: NYC Pedalboards - I love the looks of the board, like the second tier concept, very well priced. What I'd miss out on is extra storage space/storage pocket for cables, batteries, ty-wraps, etc. Plus looks like it would get damn heavy with all of my pedals on it. Trailer Trash - Awesome looking boards but very pricey. The big turnoff for me is the high front lip, never would be able to use my Trem Probe the way I want, it would actually be worse than it is now. Pumaboards - I love these boards too but same problem as the Trailer Trash as far as the Trem Probe acess. Great price point though and awesome craftmanship by one of our own. Pedal Pad - Same problem as the NYC (I think) plus it looks like it has a much higher front lip and I don't need the power supply. Pedaltrain Pro - I think this might be the way to go. It's wider and deeper, I'd get one with the soft case, I'm finding I don't need the ATA case and the soft case has storage pouches. I'd still have the same problem I have now with the Trem Probe but with all the extra room, I could setup a blank space again for my foot to anchor on to. Anything else I'm not thinking of? It makes it difficult but I don't want to dump the Trem Probe and I don't want to move it off of my board.