Hi, On the topic of another lighting project I may be working on (have to put together a proposal). The client has an led light fixture that takes 3 channels of DMX direct input, one for Red, Green and Blue respectively. The client wants to connect a sensor to the fixture in such a way that the intensity of the sensor (say a percentage of 100 for argument's sake) affects the color of the light. This is not straightforward because they have specified a specified, non-linear and fairly complex range of colors in a specific order. The first step is to get the sensor into a set of midi commands, but here's where I need opinions: If I where to rent a Frog2 console and program say 100 points along the specified color range, then move that to a Frog Replay Unit, could I use memories combined with MIDI input to specify the "next" memory in the sequence? IE - The chase/memory sequence (not sure what the correct terminology is) has 100 points, the fade time is constant (say 3 seconds). The current input from the constantly changing sensor is 26, which would go through a convertor and set the "next" memory on the replay unit to "26" in the sequence. The next would be set every 2/3 seconds, so it would be constantly shifting colors. This is all automated with no user intervention and must run 24/7/365 indefinately. The replay unit should be perfect for this as this is what it is designed for, and will fit perfectly in the rack. I know I'm not articulating very well, but does this seem like it will work?