>>It sounds like you're missing about 18 feet and $900 worth of volume >>pedals. Plus, another six feet of floor space to deploy all of hardware. >>Wouldn't it be easier to use a conventional MIDI controller with two CC >>pedals built in, and use the switches to change what parameter was >>assigned to each CC pedal? The idea makes perfect sense, but how to implement it?? As of now I'm using the Ground Control. I've got two volume inputs that can be asigned to any two parameters (of any device) of my choice. The only thing else the Ground Control can do is switch presets. Are you talking about setting up multiple versions of the same preset within a given device, each with a different parameter linked to one of the CC units?? That's doable, but I just think it would be so much more flexible, user friendly, and fun to have a bank (ok, not TOO many) of volume pedals that you can operate almost as faders on a mixing desk. Label them, and you would have an immediate visual reference while playing with the sound. Any thoughts?? BTW, the Rolls midi pedal (mentioned previously) seems like the best bet yet with 8 continuous control inputs. I wonder how it could be used in conjunction with the Ground Control ie I wonder how I could use ONLY the CC from the Rolls, and keep the Ground Control doing all the preset switching (with this the Rolls wouldn't even need to be on the floor, it could stay in the rack). Would this be an issue for a MIDI mixer type device (which I know little to nothing about)??? Hmmmm.