One of our free-lance tech's does lighting design for an on-campus dance group, whose event this year was in the rental hall. As part of the process, he was given a couple of DVD's to watch, so as to be able to pre-cue the pieces, which he did, using overhead pools as specials as well as our 5 Studio Spots. All was well until one of the pieces cued to DVD, when he discovered that EVERY special was in an opposite stage area, I.E. the special came up on cue in DR with the dancer DL, etc... On the 3rd DVD piece, he winged it and turned off the Studio Spots. After the event, the choreographer asked what had gone wrong and as he described the problem(s), the choreographer commented that she had made all the videos while the camera was pointed into the dance studios downstage mirrors, so as to allow a wider angled shot. Now that's a new one !. Steve B.