i've also been considering a pedalboard, as i'm hoping to do some live shows and/or setup my modular rig someplace in the field with a power pack (as discussed in the mobile modular thread) with a minimum of fuss. something that offers secure mount points for my isms skiff, two small strymon pedals, 802-vlz4 mixer, grid, and arc...everything firmly attached to the board surface in one travel case, plugged in, ready to be pulled out and turned on without a bunch of separate pieces strewn about the place. not counting cable runs or power supply, that's 385 square inches of gear to fit on a pedalboard.
there aren't many reasonably-priced and -sized pedalboards that are large enough to accommodate isms' 24" width along with the other pieces. nearly all of them rely on ludicrous amounts of sticky adhesive-backed velcro to ruin one's gear forever. also, i doubt velcro can securely hold a heavy skiff and mixer.
monome shipped the complete isms system in a perfectly-cut and -sized pelican 1700, but that's just a case. i'm hoping to find a pull-out board with all the pieces anchored, plugged in, and ready to play. i found a cheap, decently-sized rondo pedalboard, but it's flat, velcro-only, no cable or PSU management.