I'm struggling with a few issues as I move towards a pedal board build. I made a prototype, which was too small, too deep, too much slant, took up too much space, etc., etc... I put it in the old SC. Starting from scratch. Any opinions on these questions is appreciated. 1. Slant vs. flat. I want to make pedals accessible, but I also want to be able to store the board under a dresser, which I'm going to raise with 2x4s under the feet. Nifty space to store pedals. I have: Rat, Bad Monkey, DS1, SD-1, Crybaby, Tu-2, and 2 multis, a Digitech RP150 and a Boss ME-50. 2. Size. How big should I make it? 3. Layout. I was using graph paper, figuring boss pedals at 5" center to center, etc. Then I was using the Pedaltrain software that let's you lay them out. Is that accurate, dimensions wise? 4. Design: I originally wanted all the wired, both signal and power to come through holes in the board, so that they would all be right where the pedals would sit. That way if you want to change pedals, you unplug one, and replace it with another. The other route would be to have a maze of cables all over the top of the board, signal and power running wherever they need to. But if you want to have them running underneath, your board has to have space under it for the wires and power adapter. 5. To include multis or not? I like certain things that are built into the multis. The RP150 has usb out. The ME-50 has compressor/sustainer, different reverbs, tap tempo effects, etc. But they take up space. The ME-50 is like 16"x9", huge. Anyway, what are your ideas on board layout and design?