I need to figure out the best followspot to get for the pretty tiny black box community theater where I work. We're one part of a non-profit arts center and our theater is only about 40' wide by 45' deep, 13' to the pipe grid. We do a lot of different stuff, everything from live music to dance to spoken word to screenings to classes to avant garde performance art. Most of the bookings are for one night only, so we're perpetually moving stage and audience platforms and chairs and refocusing lights for every show. Since we often host cabaret-style comedy and burlesque shows, we'd like to have a small followspot to add to our inventory of Source 4s and 6" Fresnels. It could also be useful as a last minute front special when we run out of focus time. The problem is that I'm not sure what would work best in such a small space. The booth is only about 40' from the center of the stage, and I think that even the small followspots I've looked at (Lycian Midget II Quartz or Altman Luminator) might not be a large enough diameter beam at that throw. It would also be nice if it fit easily into our small booth and was within our budget of about $850. I haven't really had much experience with followspots. Does anyone have any suggestions on what would work best for this application? Thanks!