I wanted a pedalboard and a PSU to mount my Hughes & Kettner FSM-432 MkIII for controller for my H&L Black Spirit 200 amp rig and to power my Boss WL-50 wireless guitar system, a Korg DT-10 tuner, and a Morley Bad Horsie II wah. I already own a PedalTrain Nuovo which I use for my BluGuitar Amp1/Remote1 rig and a Korg Pitchblack tuner, so my initial research was based around that brand (and Voodoo Labs for the PSU). I was really surprised when I realised that with the Harley-Benton brand I could have the board AND a PSU (the ISO-1 Pro - see separate review) for about the same price as either a PedalTrain board OR a Voodoo Labs PSU. A no-brainier, really - assuming that I’m not getting half the quality to match half the price, of course. However, having read many reviews, the vast majority of which were very positive, I decided to take the plunge ... I’m glad I did. For a start Thomann’s service is terrific; even in these strange times of coronavirus the package arrived within a couple of days. The board is well built, light and looks fairly sturdy, and the soft case is of good quality too. My only caveat would be a slight worry about the adjustable feet at the back of the board (which lift it to give it the desired angle); they look a little exposed and may well break off if the board is dropped or kicked, but we shall see ... I spent a happy afternoon attaching the bits and I’m delighted with the result. As I said in my review for the ISO-1 Pro PSU, I haven’t yet been able to gig the new kit, but when I do I will come and update the review as necessary.