For those of you who haven't heard yet, ETC is releasing a new version of the Source Four Revolution that includes a Wybron color scroller. Here is the press release: Beginning May 17th, every new ETC Source Four Revolution® will be shipped with a 24-frame-capacity "Wybron® Inside" color scroller based on Wybron's industry-standard Coloram® technology. This means highly accurate and faster color changes - all of the time. In response to suggestions from top-level lighting designers, ETC has worked with Wybron engineers to make Revolution's pioneering cartridge-style color scroller even better, with pin-point accuracy and higher speed. Wybron's scroller technology combines with Revolution's other great features to bring you the ultimate in "made-for-theater" automated lighting. To differentiate this new Revolution version, the base Revolution fixture will now be designated by a new top-level part number - 7160A1017 - and pricing is now set at $4195. Revolutions already in the field are not left out, either. A kit is now available for converting existing Revolutions to the new scroller. The part number is 7160K1016, and the list price is $895. The kit comes with complete instructions and pre-loaded code and will take an estimated 30 minutes to install. It is important to note that the new scroller does not use the same mounting technique for color strings, so the previous template for color strings is no longer valid. The new template for scroller strings is included in the updated Revolution User Manual that ships with each new Revolution. It is also available here You will also notice another difference in new 'Wybron Inside' Revolutions. The standard 12-color scroll now contains a new complement of colors. One of the colors chosen for Revolution's stock gel scroll is Rosco 361- Hemsley Blue. New York City Ballet Company lighting designer Mark Stanley says: "It's a wonderful, cold blue that won't turn muddy when dimmed." More importantly, though, Rosco donates the proceeds to the Hemsley Foundation, which benefits aspiring lighting design students. Hemsley Blue is named for Gilbert Hemsley, legendary lighting designer and educator. ETC is proud to support Rosco's efforts on behalf of the Hemsley Foundation. Not sure if this is going to make me any more of a fan of the Revs, but it certainly is a step forward. Attached is the original copy I received.