After checking out some of the coolest looking pedalboards over the last year, I've gotta ask, how on earth, do you accurately hit your pedals during a show? I'm lucky to come from one side of the stage, or even from back to front ,and hit an overdrive pedal for a little lick while singing some backups. So many of the boards I see, that I admire, have the boxes so close together, I can't imagine it being very practical for live use, even for Fred Astaire. Maybe it's just me...and I'm okay with that....but these beautiful, stacked boards, seem so stuck together, that you can't really use them in a live situation unless you're so robotic and still, that you're standing right over your board the whole time. No trying to start a hate thread...just wondering if I'm the only one who can barely control a few pedals throughout a show while still giving a full-on, energetic performance, without Dallas Shoo controlling my stuff from the sidelines. Bring the pain! I've been waiting a few months to post this, for fear of the guru commuinty coming down so hard on me that I never want to post on TGP again, but I'm sincerely curious about the accessibility of these beautiful pedalboards in the live scene. Not that it matters...at home is one thing, and believe me, I have a ridiculous board at home that I could never control live...just wondering if there's anyone else out there, thinking the same thing.