I work at at theater that maintains a REP plot. I design and run lights for 90% of the shows that come in. When groups bring there own LD, they either use our board, or bring there own. When they bring there own, they either use both our board and there own (for movers), or take my instrument schedule and repatch there own board. I have access to a few different size printers, my printer (Letter 8.5"x11", or legal 8.5"x14"), a Poster printer (11"x14"), and a plotter printer (24"x26"). Before I realized that the theater owned a poster printer I used my printer at home (both letter and legal size). Now I use the poster printer, which I really like. Last week one group came in for two weeks and took down our REP plot. They are going to re-hang it, so I went upstairs and printed my plot on 24"x26" paper. I still can't believe how huge it is. This got me wondering, What size do you print out your plots? Really I am the only one that needs to know our plot. If a LD comes in, all he wants is a Instrument Schedule. When I need to refer to my plot, I like my poster size plot. It prints on two sheets, FOH catwalk and boxes on one page, then the stage on the other. I prefer this because it is small enough to always sit on my table below the board. If I was re-hanging and refocusing every few weeks, I would love the large plots. But my plot stays up for a year, so a large plot is cumbersome. I will probably print a good one just to have though.