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I think that I spelled pedal wrong, but it's ok. Just ignore that.

So I'm just wondering your opinions on these few things:

Ibanez TS9 vs TS808?
Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2+ vs Dunlop DC Power Brick?
PedalTrain PT-2 vs Pedaltrain PT-pro

I've heard the TS808 is more versatile, but I've also heard that you juts can't beat the tone of the TS9. And I'm a total tone snob, so I can't help but resort to UG. I play mostly clean/bluesy/classic rock stuff, and would love something that could give me Frusciante-esque OD. (Dani California, Under the Bridge, Scar Tissue).

And as far as the power supplies go, I realize they aren't actual pedals, but I've read that the Voodoo lab has better tone preservation, and that's why I'm sort of leaning toward it. Also, it has one more 9 volt adapter than the Power Brick. Correct me if I'm wrong?

As far as the Pedal boards go, I just want one that won't cramp the following pedals, yet still give me enough room to add some later on:

Cry-Baby
MXR Carbon Copy
MXR Dyna comp
Fender tuner-pedal
TS9/TS808
Digitech Grunge(don't laugh, it does have its uses)
And probably some sort of chorus eventually as well, not sure what though.
Power supply

My rig is a MIM Strat, an LP Standard, and a 120w spiderIII (which will soon, through the grace of God (and me getting a job), turn into a Twin Reverb).

So, what do you think I should do?