I have an idea to make digitally controled analog pedals. It would involve a digital controler with a way to save presets. Then you have say 21 mini XLR outputs (seven 3 knob pedals or other combinations) inside the black box there are resistance circuits connected to the XLR outputs. You could use servos attatched to pots or instead of servos, some kind of transistor circuit that would simulate audio and linear taper pots of different resistance values. You replace the knobs on the pedals to have mini XLR jacks, and the Black box changes the resistance values. Allowing you to save different values and settings controlling an entire pedal board by way of some midi switching device. It would be like a digital processor, but it would actually sound good!! I would probably pay $300 or more for something this good. Problem would be paying for all the R&D. The company could have a small pedal conversion department so that the customer would send in thier existing favorite pedals to work with the unit or do-it-yourself kits.