It's big. It's ugly. But it'll last forever. It's my new pedalboard! Ok, so I was getting really tired of all of my pedals laying on the floor, with a thousand cables always getting tangled up and in the way, often getting pulled right onto a pedal that I need to step on. It was also hard to reach some of the switches because I had to stretch my leg over other pedals. Problem was, even though I use very few effects, one of them is a Boss GT-6B, so I couldn't find a pre-made board big enough without costing an arm and a leg. So fellow TBer Mon Rominee was kind enough to build a ramp-like board to my specs for very little dough that measured 36" x 18" x 6" tall, with no bottom and a gap in the back. I stretched some old carpet over it that had enough tack to it to hold velcro, which I taped to the bottom of all the pedals. I then drilled a bunch of holes in it so I could wire all of my cables through the bottom of the ramp. (Side note: make sure to cut out the square of carpet you'll be drilling into before you start drilling. Genius that I am, I didn't think of it at first, and when I went to drill, the drill bit caught the thread and pulled a strip of it around itself and right off of the carpet base. You can see the strip of threadless carpet below the GT-6B) The cords are now nicely wound up and the excess taped to the bottom of the slanted pedalboard top, so they don't lay on the floor. I also attached a power strip to the inside of the beam on the back. Now my Visual One-spot and Boss adapter are stored inside the ramp and off of the floor, so the only cord that comes out of the pedalboard and has to be plugged in is the power strip. I also cut a hole in the carpet in the back to thread the power strip cord out, and also to allow me to turn the switch for the power strip on and off so I don't have to lift the pedalboard up to access it. This way I can keep all of my pedals on and turn them all off with one switch. I placed the pedals in a way that I found easiest to reach, and the 6" incline makes a big difference in reaching switches that are further back- it's much easier now. I alos left room below most of switches so I can rest my foot on the board itself (it's very sturdy). It also allows me room to grow, and there's a space set aside above the Compulator to safely velcro my EBow to if I need to travel with it. I suppose I could reupholster it if I ever want to make it look nice, but I'm fine with it for now. It's a great, functional space saver and was very inexpensive- I'm very happy with it.