A 1-Spot is awful if one of the pedals is digital or has a charge pump.I've lived in a bunch of different places, some VERY old, houses, apartments, and even traveled for work for a few years living in hotels and had a small board with me and used a 1Spot and NEVER had any issue with noise. I am in no way saying it's not possible, but I also think it's WAY overblown on internet forums. I don't have noise cancelling pickups, don't use a Decimator or any other gate, and surely don't tote around a Furman. Single coil noise is something completely different, and not talking about that, but I have never had any noise issues with a 1Spot powering pedals.
I'm gonna guess OP ain't playing Madison Square Garden, and is just looking for something to power the few pedals he has right now for a very small board. Batteries are a waste. Makes way more sense to spend the $30 for a 1Spot and not worry about turning off pedals when you're done playing (how many times have you tried to kick on a pedal when you used batteries and found the battery was dead? Happened quite a bit when I was a kid using batteries).
I know the 1Spot isn't the cool thing to use when it comes to power supplies, but really it's just fine for playing at home, and makes no sense to spend $150-$250+ plus to power a few pedals if you're playing at home or even jamming with buddies. And if/when OP graduates to a bigger board and gets more pedals the 1Spot makes a great backup, or can still be paired with the PT Mini and used to have a second powered board.
Dare I say, most of us who just noodle at home (unless we have a big board) would do just fine with a 1Spot, but think we need the expensive power supply because it's what the pros use. If it was me and I only had a few pedals I'd be more inclined to spend the money I was going to spend on an expensive power supply on a few more pedals.