I recently purchased a pedal switcher and decided that it was time to build something that would work well with it. I didn't really have any plans and eyeballed most of it, but wanted something in the vein of a Schmidt Array board. This is nowhere near as elegant or nice, but it looks like it will be functional. It's made out of cheap poplar, plywood, and some scrap oak. The aluminum square rails are extra balusters that I purchased a few years back. I'm sure these won't be the final pedals - especially the drive section, but it looks like it will be plenty big to hold eight loops. There's also enough room underneath the second row for pedals that I won't touch. I'm hoping to finish it up this weekend.