I'll start by acknowledging that there are a lot of scattered threads on this topic. I've been doing a lot of searching here an other places on this topic, and a lot of what I find is several years old or doesn't have much specific info. Most of it points to CRT TV's and analog cameras. While this is obviously a rock solid solution, and why it's still used in many places, the fact is that CRT TV's are old technology. We're currently using an LED LCD TV with an analog camera. There is noticeably latency that actors can see, especially when the conductor is also visible to them in addition to the monitor. We would rather hang a flat panel off the balcony rail then attaching large CRT's only to end up replacing them in the near future for something more current. I'm seeing info on OLED TV's that have very low latency, 12ms input lag for instance. Using an HD-SDI camera and needing to convert it to HDMI would introduce some additional latency, though how much I'm not sure. What I'm looking for is anyone that has had good experience with digital conductor camera and monitor setups and can give specifics on what equipment they're using. With all the advances in technology in the last five years, I find it hard to believe that we're still having to rely on old technology for this setup. Lastly, when I have seen people mention digital, they usually mention that it's expensive. What I'm looking for is the right solution first, and if that ends up cost $2K or $5K, I can present that proposal and let others decide if the cost is worth it.