...Ok, not quite done!
4 pedals are now 6. I added an SC2 distortion and a TR7 trem/vibe/rotary.
The SC2 is in line with the CM2 overdrive at the amps front end. It definitely fits into the same tonal soundscape but extends the range into higher gain and brighter crunch. General output levels are a bit less than the CM2 but still plenty of level available. It has a similar format with a mode switch to change up the gain structure and bass/treble tone controls. No doubt one could work perfectly fine with just one of these two, which would probably be the overdrive. But both are nice to have to preset two sounds.
The TR7 came the other day, and it is a very pleasant surprise with several modulation settings in addition to three basic trem sounds taken from Boss, Fender and Vox. The Leslie, Univibe and vibro pan settings, in conjunction with a modify knob, extend towards phaser and chorus sounds. There are extreme and usefully subtle settings available which will make this a pedal with multiple uses.
Given two time pedals (delay and verb), each with modulations, plus the trem and chorus pedals, I'm working on trying not to want a Phaser pedal too. The trouble is, these Hardwire pedals are so consistent and nice. They are the only range to have ever out-Bossed the Boss pedals, in terms of solid and consistent construction and performance, with the added benefit of true bypass available. Plus, as I have found, they work fine in a loop at line level due to their high voltage operation. The current Digitech's look great but they are much more $ and don't cover the basics quite so well or so consistently in one range IMO.
If that idea settles down, I'm then planning a board to mount them onto. It will be 2x4 format to hold 8, including the 6 Hardwires, a Boss tuner at the front (to get one buffer), and a guest slot for subbing in other pedals. I'm running everything with an 8x daisy chain off a Boss power supply which seems to deal quietly with the whole set. For the interconnects, having a consistent case format gives the option of using compact male/male jack couplers, so I have a bunch of those coming to try them.