So here we go. I just got a great deal on a GhostFire pedalboard--imported aluminum construction. For $66, I'd say it's pretty comparable to a PT-1. I got a pretty good deal on an Aetos power supply I'm going to mount underneath for power. My real concern now is how I'm going to wire this thing with patches. Before, I'd just lay everything out across the floor and plug it in. Only difference between my board and the graphic is I have a Sansamp BD DI instead of the VT, but the pedal planner didn't have the DI. (Yep, the M80 and the BDDI do some of the same stuff, but I like having the MXR as a boost and for a different type of grit than the Rat). This board's going to require a little more creativity in wiring. I wanted to keep things looking neat, but the typical connectors don't bend in the way I need, and I'm afraid doing so will stress the cable and possibly the connector. I can get a few of the Z type jacks for the tuner-->BD-->MXR. The bottom is the tricky part, as it's top-->side-->top. The typical 6" connectors that I have don't bend in the way I need to. I would need more flexible cables. Any tips or tricks?