In my upstairs studio, I use a few pedals that I don't touch (delays through the amp fx loop), and a collection of pedals to use between the guitar and amp. The fx pedals are attached to a small Pedaltrain board that sits atop of the amp (a 15w ODS clone). I have a goodish collection of pedals for OD, compression, EQ, wah/filter/auto, reverb, delay, boost, and maybe some odder ones. I keep these in a bookshelf type of thing that is good for having everything all in one place, but they are inside plastic cases with several other pedals. It is a bit of a hassle to dig around to find what I want. [I should add that I am still unable to stand in one place long, and usually have to break up tasks and activities into segments, between which I sit as still as possible for a few minutes. Sometimes this turns out to be longer, and still other times, I go to lie down, and maybe even doze. This is all everyday, normal stuff in my life. I don't like it, but I don't dwell on it, either.] Except for the level of my whining, I am sure that many other players have a similar situation at home or in the studio. Disregarding the fx loop "always on" pedals, what do you guys do when trying out pedals for a song or recording? For me, a pedalboard is a waste with so many pedals. (How many? Maybe 20-30? This could increase now that I am retired.) On the other hand, it is very tiring and time consuming to walk 12 feet over to the pedal collection in plastic cases and start pulling out pedals to carry back to the amp. This may seem like inconsequential stuff, but in my situation, it can be a huge deal. I've played around with rack drawers with pedals on them. Good in some ways, not good in others. What are people doing nowadays? I imagine not everyone is able to keep all of the pedals on a board, depending on the depth of the bench, so to speak. BTW, my live setup doesn't use pedals. I'm used to using small numbers of pedals live, so I'm not really asking about that (unless anyone has good ideas about pedal racks).