So the other day I was in GC and saw a used Behringer OD pedal (no raspberries, please - yes, it's noisy...). The price was REALLY cheap (yes, I know...) so just for fun, I dropped the dime. It didn't have the AC to 9v adapter, but I figured since I had a handful of them at home, I could probably use one of them. I checked the specs on the first couple, and I saw they were rated for 350 mA; the pedal calls for 100 mA. I thought I'd log on and ask the assemblage here if that would still work. THEN, just because I sometimes am a stickler for details, I checked the plug polarity. Guess what? The pin for all my adapters is positive, the sleeve is negative. The pedal is the reverse. Great. It works with a battery. So, two questions: 1) Is it advisable to run a 100mA device with a 350mA converter? Although I am not an electrical expert, I can operate a soldering iron without burning down the house, so 2) Is it feasible/possible/worth it to try to reverse the leads on the converter to switch the polarity?? Or should I just bite the bullet and get the factory item?