So my "Project Manager" (he used to be TD but we restructured and gave him a promotion) has been sound designer for my current production of Cabaret and brought in these tiny little beltpack transmitters that have really made me happy. The Q5X QT-5100 "Incognito" is without a doubt the smallest and easiest to hide beltpack I've seen. And I was astounded that I had not really heard of them (or if I had, I hadn't remembered, which could be possible). Curious if others out in the booth have heard of them and used them! I had a quick peek at some more of the product line and they have some neat stuff (from a tap shoe mic to a waterproof beltpack and impact proof beltpack developed for the NBA) Currently using a few of them in conjunction with some Shure QLXD and ULXD. Its not a huge show, certainly not the most wireless that I've had in the space at one time, but been very well put together and I've been really happy with everything (including my test drive of the Allen & Heath dLive C3500). We are running Wireless Workbench on one computer and the Q5X MicControl on another. We've put these on a Cello, Uke, Banjo and Guitar. You can't even tell from a foot away (during the show) that the Cello or Uke are mic'd. Of course you can see the 1/4" coming out of the guitar and you can see the mic on the Banjo, but the packs visually don't exist. It was really a goal with this show to make everything as immersive as possible, there is NO STAGE per-say. The audience and action are EVERYWHERE. Thoughts? Experiences? Really curious as what applications people have used these for, and what they have thought of them. Especially as they are literally in the same city as I am, and I've never used them before. I REALLY wish I'd had these when I've done Rocky Horror. Cheers! Steve.