I have some questions for those with any experience on: 1- If you had issues with eustachian tube dysfunction, and what medical procedure did you use for fix it? 2- Would IEMs help? Since I don't have the exact dysfunciton level in both ears, I need to adjust the balance. 3- How did you get your band to allow IEMs when these were never used in the past? I doubt that I could get a feed and a good mix from the board. Any solution will likely have to involve just me. The ear-nose-throat specialist I am seeing is difficult. She spends most of the time telling me nothing will work. Which I reply asking her if she is telling me that I am going deaf. She says no, but it sounds like that is what she's saying. We get back to treatments but then she still goes on and on about nothing works. It's been going on for a year. I've never been disappointed with the care from Kaiser but this is an exception. I should mention I came across a worship musician that advises worship bands and got to understand how he mixes for IEMs in practice, and for the service. I tried it since I have a Ableton license from a focusrite product, and was impressed using my studio headphones. I have tennmak dual driver pro IEMs for my cellphone, but just for conference calls. Never really considered using it for anything else until now. I'm going to give those a try and if this is a solution with some longevity, invest in something like Westone dual drivers. Any thoughts, recommendations will help both for hearing and IEMs. Thanks.