I think it is safe to assume that if you have any kind of pedalboard you have an OD or dirt pedal on it. We have all seen the "tuner and a DS-1" board that has served musicians well forever. But when looking at my board I noticed that I have 4 distinct dirt pedals (one of them is also a dual-OD) on my board at a time, and I have plans for two more to complete my tonal variety. This seems like a lot, but for different passages you really do need different tones and I use them all to noticeable effect. But 6 OD/dirt/fuzz pedals (technically 7) seems like waaaaaaay too many. Anyone else have these same concerns about their board? Especially when paired against my time-based effects, it seems like a lot of pedal space absorbed by different versions of one effect.