Is there a reason why this wouldn't work for a pedalboard/switcher? (Here's a link in case the image doesn't work: https://goo.gl/images/HKZzJH) The projection device would be the "brain" of the unit, the place where all the IN/OUTS would be, and it would obviously need to be connected to some sort of software like BIAS, but it's just something I was thinking about the other day. Pros: - Footprint: it could be adjustable dependent upon your space requirements. - Lighting: obviously this would be visible in very low light, the darker the better - Few moving/breakable parts. Besides the projection unit itself, there would be anything actually getting stepped on, not to mention it would be impossible to accidentally kick a knob. (I realize that many of us, myself included, like to have access to knobs on the floor, so this obviously isn't for everyone). Cons: - Zero tweakability during live use: unless it is somehow paired with an iPad or similar device with access to the actual effects, there's not going to be any way to tweak/adjust effects on the fly (unless of course you're scrolling through patches) - I don't see how this would work with wah/volume/expression pedals. Obviously an actual expression pedal could sit on the floor, but at what point does that begin to defeat the purpose of a "pedal-less" pedalboard? This is just an idea, I would love to hear what you guys think as for the feasibility and general concept. Thanks!