Well, since I don't own a studio with isolation rooms... we did a bit of decent recording just taking a live run of our rehearsals...the feel was great, We really would love to have that Wayne Hancock sound like on Gone Gone Gone etc, where it really feels together. However, the overall mix was OK, but the vocals could have used a bump, plus it seemed everyone had a flub at one time or another...nothing horrible, but enough to want to re-do. So, we decided to do some of our tunes with independent tracks. The hard part was getting a good reference track (vocals and acoustic) done to a click. The click is vital in order to synch everyone later on. With that out of the way, I started laying bass tracks. It was cool to do it on my own time...no pressure. I've got half of my work done. Next I think we're going to do the lead guitar tracks...then vocals, either with an acoustic guitar or solo and do the acoustic on a different track. Some of the tunes will need drums, but I think some will be fine without it. Problem is, I anticipate the drums being the hard part. He'll have to play to a given tempo, and I think he'll suffer on his feel. I think I've found I'd prefer to cut a live recording, and it may be worth getting the levels worked out, and doing multiple group takes. But, it's so nice to put in an hour here, an hour there and get good tracks down. I'm really saving dough using the ZOOM H4 and CUBASE LE bundle.