ryanoI don't know anything about particular pedals, but..
Whatever you use for pedal power, make sure it is all coherent.
note: mA = milliamps
You have 3 Pedals, all are 9 volt systems, 1 is 125mA, 1 is 150mA and the last one is 250mA.
Make sure to read what your power supply can handle. It will say something like, Channel 1: 9 Volt, 300mA combine, Channel 2: 9/18volt swtichable, 500mA.
Voltage has to be the same. mA can be larger than what the pedal is listed for.
If it is the first option, you cannot loop all three pedals on that one circuit. So you would have to do the two "smaller" pedals on the first circuit, and the "larger" pedal on the single 500mA circuit.
So just be aware of the power limitations and the routing you so chose to do. Otherwise you will run into under powered pedals, drop outs and phasing issues.
Yeah for sure man. Right now Im only using like 5 pedals, so I built a little pedal board with a surge protector in it and its fine for now. Probably get a true power supply soon.