I have a Caline power brick with multiple voltages and outputs, but thought I could use one for an alternate pedalboard. I had the parts sitting around, including a suitable low-profile plastic case, so I put a power brick together yesterday. I used a 1.5A/9VAC wallwart to power it. Rectified, 9VAC turns into roughly 12.5VDC, which satisfies the requirement of 3-pin regulators for >2V more coming in than the regulated output voltage. I used 100ma regulators for 6 outputs, and 1A regulators for 2 more high-current outputs (white jacks), all conforming to the tip-ground/outside-pos standard. If I had different jacks, or been willing to tolerate drilling holes closer together, I probably could have provided 10 lower-current outputs, but I figured the 6+2 was enough for my needs.