Good morning, CB. I’ve spent the last 12 years in lighting, and even there I’d say my experience and knowledge level is mediocre at best. I recently started sniffing around the job I’d like to have in about 2 years or so (I’m finishing an unrelated degree right now), and discovered that I’m going to need a much better grasp of the other disciplines, if only to speak the lingo and not be in the way. So, that said, I’d like to grasp the following to a minor level of competency: 1) Stage and touring rigging (I’m not even sure what to say here, it’s my weakest area) 2) Audio engineering (thinking FOH, more live, less recording-based) 3) Projection and Media Server Technology (I’ve worked in basic television video production before, so I have some minimal grasp of this already) In addition, if any of you know areas that you think a “generalist with one specialization” should know and know I’m probably lacking, I’d appreciate pointers there, too. Right now, formal education is out of the question because I’m hard-locked to my current degree due to some financial restrictions. However, I’ve got the motivation and willingness to learn on my own, so video tutorials, inexpensive online coursework, textbooks, and things I can practice at my PAC would be most effective! Thanks CB! Y’all rock for helping me become slightly less ignorant, every gig.