I run mine modded to take a plug input from a standard power cable (same ones used for my head) mounted on the side of my pedalboard. I have also modded one of the 9v outs to connect to a single LED I wired to light up my board just enough so that I can see it in the dark. It is a PSU for the money, and that is why I gave it 2 stars. However, it is advertised as isolated jacks and i have seen images of these opened up and they are indeed NOT isolated.
Great choice if you want a no-frills power supply, with some pretty blue lights. However, I'm not so sure if the isolation on this thing is very good, or if it's even there at all. When I plug in my Zoom G3 with other pedals in the chain on the same power supply, I hear a noticeable ticking sound from the built-in metronome, and whining, which I think must be from a ground loop. The issue solves itself when I plug the G3 into a separate power supply, but that leads me to think that this thing is not isolated as advertised. (However, with all my other pedals, I've never had any issues.)
Got this super cheap off Amazon. Had it for a few months, still haven't had any problems with it. I'm new to pedals & knew I needed a power supply instead of batteries, but everyone said get an expensive isolated power supply or you'll get noise issues. Those were too expensive for me, so I gave this one a shot. Never had any hissing or noise issues of any kind, it works perfectly so I saved a lot of money. I'd recommend it.