Not particularly, though I do have some extra heavy duty 3M stuff that I use at work and is currently holding the power supply on the underside of the 'board. I might use that on the pedal bases if they start coming loose. I had thought that I might drill the 'board and use screws through to the bottom of the pedal (take the base of them off first), but I don't think it will be an issue. Those 'Z' connectors help to lock the pedals together as well. @mkdaws32 I agree that it's very much personal preference: Different guitars, amps, playing style and song choice, let alone whether playing at home alone, or in a band, etc. I haven't tried this board out with some of my other guitars yet, so there may be some adjustments to make. I'm most likely to be using my Strat with it's mid boost as it gives me the most flexible tone options (though the Esquire runs it pretty close considering it has 2 less pickups, albeit that it has a tapped pickup).