So little poll for all you professionals out there-- Do you think its okay to go into a high school with a group renting the auditorium, reweight the system for your stuff, then leave it out of weight when you leave? We nearly had a runaway yesterday morning when we were working on some stuff because they left the cyc really arbor heavy. Then of course when I realize its more than I can handle I yell to the people helping me that I need some help and they just look at me. All the while I'm trying to keep ahold of this lineset reaching around some large props that were kinda in my way, then finally I get the teacher's attention and she grabs it and we get it out. Yes, some weight disappeared from that arbor-- and no, I did not wait to get approval, but that was an immediate danger, so I didn't really have to. Now I just need to get approval to go through with a crew and check weighting on all of the batons-- I don't trust that there aren't others that bad or worse. Oh yeah and I need to have someone fix the loose rope locks too (Don't know that they had anything to do with that, but still is a BIG problem)-- that will most likely happen tonight or tomorrow. So moral of this story-- 1. ALWAYS reweight when you do load out-- especially if you're at a school where half the people using the flysystem don't have a clue what they're doing. 2. Performer peoples need to be taught to ALWAYS listen to the crew. If the crew says move, move now! If the crew asks for help, especially if they're saying then need help now!, drop what you're doing (unless that would cause more problems) and help them.