Hi all, I've been looking for solutions for a community group lighting an intimate space. Biggest constraint is budget. Second biggest constraint is budget. Third biggest constraint is that the room is 28'x22' and ~9' to the wooden ceiling joists (another 10-14" to the floor above). The space is being laid out with a ~10'x8' 'prime' performance space (not actually square), with three walkways out of the room (between rows of free-standing seats) where action also happens, we put false doors in front of these exits. Last year in the same space we used ~18 fixtures that look like Altman micropars with 25W incandescent lamps and barndoors running off three light tracks (they have light track plugs but are cabled) with a box dimmer (all my personal devices) with a free software DMX controller that probably was not the right solution but it worked. Not much controllable there. I've retrofitted many of these fixtures to accept LEDs as the lamp base they used was not readily available (I bought 50 lamps and we ended up with 1 left over at the end of a two weekend run). I'd rather not use them again but it is an option. We're looking to purchase a number of direct DMX controlled LED fixtures and maybe use a few small incandescent fixtures. I do have a small DMX controller with direct channel control now which will make live control easier (and i'm not against assigning a bunch of fixtures to the same channel to make a group). We are able to attach items to the joists. My current thought is to install threaded studs that we will leave for future performances and attach yokes to these using washers and nuts, with an oversized (1/4"?) aircraft cable over-engineered-attached to the side of each joist that we can safety the fixtures to. At this point, I'm basically looking for ideas for a complement of fixtures. Something like the imported 7-LED RGB pars but we really don't need RGB (and definitely don't want separate R/G/B emitters) might be good for general wash in the main area but we need tighter control for the walkway areas.