So, I want to set up some source 4's with rosco I Cue's on floor plates on the deck, to act as sort of deck moving lights or deck moving mirrors shooting upwards. They would act mostly as just atmospheric lights (i am using haze and fog). So I'm basically trying to mimic having moving lights on the deck. However, when trying to think about the logistics of doing this, I realized that the Rosco I-Cue is built only for mounting on fixtures that will be in a high position and shooting downwards. In order to get the effect I want, I would essentially need to put the i-cue in the gel frame holder upside down, which probably wouldn't work very well as they'd probably want to fall out. Has anyone else attempted this, mounting I-Cues on deck units for shooting upwards? Do you have any suggestions on how to make this work? I was frankly considering just getting some good old shop c-clamps and clamping it to the fixture to keep it on. Any thoughts or suggestion? Any ideas or experiences would be much appreciated! Thanks!