I just picked up a Dark Sun pedal and thought I'd post here about it. For those who haven't seen my introductory post, I'm new here and new to learning guitar (but a long time musician on other instruments). So the first thing I noticed when I received my Dark Sun pedal, it didn't come with a power supply and I don't see any option to buy a power supply for it at Seymour Duncan. Now I'm a dinosaur and the last time I bought an effects pedal was in the 80's ---- so maybe this is normal that everyone has a pedal board with one big power supply for all pedals? Anyway - for a device that doesn't have a battery compartment, I was just expecting it would come with a power supply. But I went thru my stash of ancient gear and found a Roland power supply with the correct voltage and polarity - but the connector cannot fit into the power socket because there is a thick shoulder where the power socket is mounted from inside the case and the hole in the case is too small for the plastic molding on my power jack. I had to trim the power jack plastic away so it would fit into the hole and make a good connection. I guess this might be some new standard and if my power supply was newer than from the 80's it would know better than to have a fat molding, eh? I'm guessing there are going to be a lot of these old geezer wakeup call moments for me (what? there aren't record stores anymore? How about some cassettes? - actually there are record stores again so I should have said "CD Stores") Except I see people still buying the same old pedals I remember from back in the day - and paying 10x the price for those old ones. Anyone else using one of these Dark Sun pedals? The picture makes the jack look really gnarly where I filed the plastic down - but it fits in there now.