Well... We're doing an original musical this fall, so the powers that be want to "pull out all the stops" (hmm... I get that analogy now!) and put on something better than we've done before. One way they want to do this is by having different sunset effects for a backdrop. I need help trying to figure out how to do this - The search feature has helped a lot, but there was one thread from a while ago that mentioned it that I couldn't find. Also, I have some interesting problems: 1) We have no cyc, so they want to do it on a "white" (more like dirty white ) scrim. Does this pose any problems??? I foresee problems with back lighting, not only because it will make the scrim transparent but also because the scrim will be hung only two feet in front of the back wall. (Stupid stage not designed for theatre performances, really.) We have a 14'x14' rear projection screen... would I be better off recommending that? Yeah, it would be smaller, BUT it might look better. 2) Is the fact that my channels are not all individually controls going to be a problem, especially for creating a more realistic effect? I'm looking forward to the challenge. But I've never done this. Other Notes: We have no movers/intelligent fixtures. IF I can get the money from the show (which should be possible because they don't have to pay for rights) I was thinking of recommending to rent two right arms, some color scrollers, and some PARnels, because I have my doubts that my current inventory will be enough to cover the sunset AND do stage washes properly. Or maybe try some LED's.