I work at a medium sized church (700 to 1000 average weekly attendance) in Texas. We are doing a little bit of a lighting renovation, and we are looking at getting a new board of computer based software. At this point, we are using an LPX-48, which I despise, and I am the only one who is able to program it because it is so user-unfriendly. Its terribly slow, but we are basically maxing out its capabilities. We're on a bit of a tight budget, it almost certainly needs to be under $4000. Once we are done renovating, we will have around 24 movers and 30 static LED pars, along with a few conventionals in the catwalks. We probably just need 2 or 4 universes as far as DMX space goes. I was looking at the jands vista software, since its relatively cheap and is quick to learn, which is really good because I'm about to leave for college so someone needs to learn it soon. I'm also fairly good at electronics/programming, so I think I might be able to rig up a device to let our garbage board act as a control surface for the software over MIDI, so we can still have some hardware controls. We have both a Mac and a PC that we can use to run software on, so that doesn't factor into the cost. Any more suggestions?