Anyone using EBS flat patch cables notice connection issues with certain pedals that have jacks that either protrude off the body of the pedal or are a little recessed? I was running down where my signal was breaking down today, and I found two pedals that the EBS just don't seem to play well with. The first is my 25 year old Dunlop CryBaby that I probably need to replace the jacks on anyway, but those are a little recessed, and the second is my Joyo Aquarius delay that it seems the jacks protrude a little more than other pedals. Signal chain is Guitar -> Tuner -> Wah -> Noise Gate (send to Comp -> Sweet Baby - Blues Drive -> Gunslinger -> Boost - return to Noise Gate) -> Delay -> Chorus -> Stereo Pinwheel -> Stereo Reverb -> Stereo Looper -> Amps. I haven't fully sussed out the wah yet, but putting back the Hosa pancake jacks on the delay solves that signal break. I was having issues with the send and return off the noise gate as well, but I think that's likely because the output of the gate was going into the delay with one of the EBS cables. I'll swap back to a regular pancake and see if that fixes it. Kind of annoying because I wanted to go with all one type of low profile cable on the board instead of the four different types I had patchworked previously.