So, reason number one why I love Bucknell University - they let me take over their theatre space for the first week that students are back, use all of the intelligent toys, and spend very late nights in the theatre programming this insanity that is now known as Steven's Monstrosity...and I have to outdo myself next year! The results are here. This is the most fun that I've ever had in theatre, and it's just amazing. About fifty or sixty hours on my part, and 20 from other contributing parties. Video taken with my Kodak Z612 Digital Camera, because I didn't feel like going through all the hassle of getting a GL2 out of the library. I converted the .mov from my camera to .avi, edited it in Windows Movie Maker, put the original audio track (high rate mp3) in and took out the crappy camera recorded sound, made even crappier through the conversion. Here's the specs: 6x Intellabeam 700HX 2x Rosco I-cue on S4 19 2x Smart Move DMX in same units as above 12x Apollo Smart Color 7.5 Color Scrollers 12x S4 26 for gobo projection - Gam Small Breakup gobo 4x S4 PAR MFL for crowd blinders (used 4 of my 12 scrollers) 1 crapload of ACL S4 Par's (not VNSP - these are the first-gen "circle of plate glass" lenses) DF-50 Hazer with a box fan in front of it, from a platform hanging below the Midrail USL Control via Obsession 1-750 with MLDRC and standard DRC Timecode setup and execution via the Obsession's internal SMPTE timeclock Apollo and Chroma Q power supplies used There is one socapex cable and one Color Scroller PS Send/Return for each of the overhead pods, and all of the Power Supplies and ML stuff was run off of our nice, new Stage power distro from our 400A, 3 phase company switch. This show greatly expanded on my knowledge of the Obsession, through learning at least ten new screens in the system - it's amazing what this board can do - and it's outdated technology at this point! I also created a custom profile for the units that had the I-Cues and the Rotators in them that utilized the remote dimmer function so that I could control pan, tilt, gobo rot, and intensity from the ML encoder section on the MLDRC.