Hey all, I'm a high school theatre technician, and I'm doing a bit of research work to finally replace the Colortran Zooms in the theatre here. From what I've seen, there are three types of instruments that pop up most frequently in discussion: The S4 Zooms, the Strand SL Zooms, and the Selecon Pacific Zooms. I'm perfectly open to other suggestions, but given everyone's experiences, which zoom instrument is most well-suited to be used in a high school theatre? (I can't at this moment recall the throw distance that would be required, but I can say that many of the zooms would go in the 2nd AP or the Balcony Rail, if that's any help at all) My high school does a couple of our own shows a year, and we have outside clients, generally orchestras and dance companies, come in as well. From what I've heard, the S4's are decent, but beastly heavy and very hard to work with, while the SLs have endcap problems, but are nearly half the weight of the S4s and are considerably shorter. I have heard less about the Selecon Pacific instruments, except some reluctance to use them due to their odd shape. Correct me if I'm wrong! Thanks!