It sort of depends on how many effects you want to put on it and how big they are. That Furman board is great if you have 1 row of pedals. But if you have a lot of pedals and you configure them in 2 rows - since the board is flat, the ones in the back are difficult to step on.
I had one similar to that and eventually went to a Pedal Pad - http://www.pedalpad.com/
I like that it comes in a 2 row configuration, both rows on an angle - and the 2nd row higher. MUCH easier to hit the back row of pedals.