Look like this fits best in Misc... I attempted a couple of searches, and didn't get any hits.. so here goes. I play in 2 different bands each week at church. In both, I have a similar problem in that I can hear Jack and Crap.. and Jack left the band. In my Sunday morning band, I can hear myself, as I use a small amp on a stand as a monitor, but I don't hear anyone else. We use 2 wedges for the vocalists, but we don't have more space for additional wedges, as the choir loft takes most of the space of the chancel. In my Tuesday night group, again, I have a small stage, and there's NO space for monitors. I have to stand directly in front of my cab, so my knees get a nice massage, but I can't hear much, especially when the drummers are going. Plus, I have decided that crash cymbals, and half-open hi-hat's are of the devil for my tender, low frequency-attuned ears. So I'm thinking of adding some form of personal monitoring device to my rig. I'm looking at both wireless in ear systems, "personal monitors", and headphone amps. I'm leaning towards a 4-channel headphone amp, as other instrumentalists in the same bands are having problems, as well. I can take a mix of the board and send it out to everone. BYOHP. Regardless of the system I go with, I'll probably use the Shure E2 ear-buds. I want to hear feedback from all sides. Do any of you use In Ear systems Live? How well do they work on Bass on a consistent basis? Do any of you use the "personal monitors" or headphone pre-amps live? What sorts of headphones do you use with them? When you answer, please give me the make and models that you use. At this point, I'm leaning towards PreSonus, Shure, Rolls, Samson, and Sennheiser.