I am working on setting all of my stuff up. I just picked up a Shure wireless guitar system, and it has a half rack receiver. I just ran into a problem getting all of my chains and loops together, and could you some help. I guess I will try to illistrate the chain that I used to have. Not sure it it was even the best way to do it: Bass to Pedal board -> Boss Pedal tuner with mute -> compressor(usually off) -> sansamp -> main input to GK1001 nothing in the efx send or receive -> speakercabs But now, I have the wireless, which is located in a 4U SKB rack, along with the GK1001, and a 5 band parametric EQ. I must use the Sansamp DI because nothing else sounds as good, especially the DI built into the GK1001. So my source now starts at the rack, not the pedal board. After reading a ton on this site, it looks like I need to start putting certain time changing effects in the effect send and return loop of the amp. My problem is two fold though. I am going to have to use 4 ¼ instrument cables to get to amp from my pedal board. Is that normal? Thats a ton of cables to deal with, and probably why I ran it all in line before. Do they offer a 4 ¼ cable snake solution to clean everything up with. I guess I could always make that cable if need be. What do you guys do? If there is the right way to do it, just set me up and I will correct everything. Here is my new attempt: Bass -> wireless in rack -> 5 band EQ in rack -> pedal board via ¼ cable to loop 1 (tuner -> compressor -> Sansamp DI -> back to rack via ¼ cable and in main GK1001 input. I will use the processed Sansamp output for my rig as well as hook up the PA here. Then FX out via ¼ cable -> pedal board loop 2 input -> Looper bypass -> Big Muff -> Wah pedal -> Any other time changing effect pedal that I get (chorus)-> back to EX return via ¼ cable -> out to speakercabs. Please set me staight guys. I could really use the help.