During last week's gig, very first song, my very first solo, I stepped on my "boost" switch and my sound took a big CRAAP. It was so lame and painful to all within hearing range... I got the other guitarist to finish the solo while I disconnected my board and played the rest of the gig running directly into the amp, which was pretty disappointing. Then and there I decided it was time to ditch the 9V batteries and the pegboard pedalboard... So I got myself a real board... Got myself a voodoo lab power supply... And finally got to use alllll the pedals I haven't plugged in because they eat the batteries. It's awesome but a little too much tone drain, so I decided I needed a line selector. I spent a long ass time trying to find a deal on a Boss LS-2 (which was a little more than I needed) before I found the Loooper which will let me turn off all the non true-bypass pedals when i don't need 'em... From the reviews it sounds like the manufacturer is a great guy, their prices are great! I got a really small, simple one-button true bypass loop switch for $42! So when I get this thing, my pedalboard is gonna look like: EB volume pedal->Vox Wah->TS-808->Loop: Daddy O Overdrive->EHX small stone ->Boss Tremolo->Boss PS-3-> out to amp whew! Somebody make me stop spending $$$$!!!!! Just thought i'd share that, especially the loooper thing.