I started looking for a new pedalboard recently, and have been just sorely disappointed about what is out there and how expensive the danged things are. They all look like the same design for the most part, which is pretty uninspired. I have thought about building my own, getting rid of a bit more of the leftover lumber from my desk build, but I am over building things for a while. I know a pedalboard wouldn't be nearly as crazy as any of my other recent projects, I just don't want to do it again for a while. Lol. I was poking around CL last night to see what I could get a deal on used, and I ran across something that picqued my interest. Holeyboard. A simple but pleasing the the eye idea that is made by a small shop in MN called Chemistry Design Werks. They're a bit on the pricy side for what they are, but no more than other comparable units on the market really. I'm not sure how "innovative" the zip tie design is (part of their marketing spiel is how innovative that feature is), but I do like it more than the typical velcro option. Several configurations are available depending on how many pedals you want to run, there are a bunch of color choices, and there is even an adjustable model that looks like it came straight out of my 1970's erector set. The company has been around for a while and has a nice bit of press and artist following. So last night with a little poker money burning a hole in my pocket, I decided to try one out. I'll post back up after it arrives with pics and a review of my impressions of it in person. I did a search of the site and didn't turn up any threads where anyone had asked about or tried one of these. If anyone has/had one, please post up your thoughts on it.