I'm seriously considering getting a floor pedal switching system (eg. Octaswitch, GigRig, Musicom, etc) but I'm afraid of ending up with a pedalboard larger than I would want to deal with. In the past I've downsized from an NGM Standard to a 24" wide NYC Pedalboard due to size and weight. Those using one of those systems, or one of the multiloop passive loopers, do you just get a larger board to make it fit, get rid of some pedals to make room for it, etc? I'm interested in any creative ideas that somebody might have implemented to save pedalboard stage surface area especially. I don't know, since everything would be controlled from the switcher maybe something like a two level board where the "set and forget" pedals are placed in a lower level under a lid on top of which the pedals that could require tweaking are set, sorta like a rack drawer within the pedalboard itself ... or whatever. Thanks for any input.