Despite my drummer's protestations, I'm going to put together a small pedalboard for the first time in years and eliminate my rack entirely. I've got two X2 portable wirelesses, an RNC 1773 compressor, an EBS Microbass II, a Sansamp VT, and (if it works out) a Zoom B2 multi, and an optional Rat II. Since it's small and won't get banged around on trips, I'm thinking about just doing the time-honored piece of scrap wood sprayed black pedalboard. I have to admit some of these commercial boards look pretty spiffy, though. But would they really make it that much easier for me to get in and out of a gig? The only power supplies I'd be using would be a 1-spot and the compressor's wall wart, so I think a scrap wood board would do just fine. But I am way behind the curve on pedalboards these days so if there's some fancy stuff I don't know about that I could use, please let me know. Also, I need a noise filtering power supply that's as small as I can get. I really only need two outlets, though. I've got a rack-mounted cheapo Furman that I want to eliminate, but I play a lot of places with questionable noise rejection, and the Furman helps out a lot with that. So I want to get something really small with only 2 or 3 outlets if possible, but rejects noise well. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance, and before you "Do a search" types start up with me, don't.