Hey guys, I am designing a show up at a community theater near me, and they have a few Altman 360Q's, 4.5 x 6. One of these is a top-light position with G841 (a dark blue). During focus, in-between me turning the fixture on to 75% and walking to the fixture, there was a nice 1 to 2 cm hole burned in the center of the gel. It couldn't have taken more then 30 seconds to a minuet. When I pulled the color, the unit looked that it was benched correctly. I put some R119 frost behind the gel, and the frost melted to the gel, but it hasn't burned thru yet. Is this a problem with the fixture? It looks like most of the light runs thru a 2 cm circle at the center of the gel, so is it not uncommon for this to happen? I do not have much experience with the Altman 360Q, using mostly only Source 4's. It should be lamped with a 575 watt lamp (i haven't checked, and i'm not 100% sure about what lamp it is).