In past small productions using a small Leprecon board as a memory console, I kept track of channel settings for each "preset" using a one-page spread sheet. I found this useful for quickly comparing settings among channels and different scenes, for making notes for settings that needed to be revised, and figured it might be good to have as a backup in case something crashed.. This seemed to work when the show had 24 channels and 24 presets. Last show was a bit bigger with maybe 60 channels and 36 presets, and I found it wouldn't all legibly fit on one page, even at 11 x 17, and I didn't have time to keep it up to date, so I ended up more or less winging it. The spread sheet seems unworkable at this point. I now have graduated to my new Strand Classic Palette, and for next show will have about 50 channels (conventionals, strobe, two I-Cues and a few scrollers), and maybe 150 cues, which is alot for what I'm used to, but is now much easier with the new board. So my question is- how do you (who likely work on much bigger rigs/shows) document channel settings for each cue? I guess with the new board, most everything that was on my spread sheet is now available on the monitor, just not all at the same time (remember, I had no monitor before..). So do I still need written documentation, which seemed necessary before; if so, what? Or do I transition to just using the console and monitor? What do you do??