I can't find it but I remember a while ago I posted a thread about how I was worried some of the voltage switches on my T-Rex Chameleon Fuel Tank power supply would accidentally get flipped during transporting, and I would power it up without knowing, effectively frying some pedals. The consensus was that I was worrying about nothing but it turns out, it was a legit concern. Murphy's Law I guess? The other day, when transporting my gear back from band practice, I immediately plugged everything in to practice some of the things I needed work on. I somehow quickly noticed after powering up the board that a few of the voltage switches were flipped up. I probably subconsciously check them every time due to my aforementioned concern. I immediately freaked out, broke into a sweat, and unplugged the board. The bad news: I fried an EQD Avalanche Run. It makes a TON of loud static noise but otherwise seems to work. The good news: somehow the two other pedals that had voltage switches flipped seem to be fine. I don't know which switches got switched because as soon as I saw it, in a panic, I unplugged the board and switched them back. Two of the pedals on my board can accept 9-18 volts, so I'm thinking I might have gotten really lucky and they were the other two who had the voltage switches flipped. Yes, every pedal was engaged at power up except for an overdrive. The point of this post: Beware of the T-Rex Fuel Tank Chameleon and it's stupid stupid non-recessed voltage switches that stick out like little light switches just begging to have a finger or cable brush up against them. They should be the type of switches that you need a mini screwdriver to flip back and forth. I really doubt many people need to switch pedal voltages in the middle of a set. Sorry y'all! I just really needed to rant about this. I hope it makes me feel better.