My new pedalboard is almost complete. I had sold my Pedaltrain PT2, EHX BMS, Hardwire Chorus and X2-Plus wireless in order to get some new smaller, simpler and compact setup. I purchased a Pedaltrain Jr, new MXR MicroChorus and got this new Line6 G30 wireless system today. REVIEW... Construction: I came from the X2-plus wich was had a metal chassis, but also used to have the regular simpler X2 wich had a plastic casing. This G30 is the substitute for the lower range "plastic" X2. The G30 is made of plastic, but if feels and looks way more sturdy, compact and well made. The unit is so lightweight that you feel that something's missing. The receiver is a little bigger than a regular Boss pedal and a little bigger than it's predecessor. It does offer "power", "signal" & "battery" LEDs; unlike the X2 which didn't have a "battery" life meter on the receiver. The transmitter is super small. And the major reason I was sold on this unit, a 1/4" to 1/4" CABLE, FINALLY!!!!!!!!!. I had 3 custom Neutrik cables made for my X2-Plus because the 1/8" connection always became flimsy and damaged. The stock cable is short and not bad, but I'm going to get a straight =angled cable to use on my basses. Since any instrument cable works, it should be no problem. It now used 2 AA batteries which should be less expensive than buying 9Vs. Comes with a DC Adapter, but I powered it with my BBE SupaCharger using a regular cable (not the red ones) into input 5 or 6. Sound: Line6 did not mess this up. The sound is crystal clear and has no compression or bass loss. The CableTone switch can give you the sound of a 15 or 30 foot cable. You notice a little treble loss when you go through them. The 15ft cable setting sounded the same as my 6ft DiMarzio cable. With CableTone off, you get the full-range lows, mids and specially high end that we miss with most cables. Range: I went through all my house playing and only had the signal broken, not lost, when I had gone through 4-5 cement walls and about 60-70 feet away from the receiver. Pretty impressive since I never stray that far away on a gig, and either way, with no cement walls in between I should have no problem if I did. Cons: Only one. The battery door compartment may be a problem in the future. It has a small "knob" that you move to once side and the latch door opens. I prefer when you actually have to move the whole door to one side for it to open. Overall. I got exactly what I wanted. Same sound quality as the X2s but with better construction, smaller size, better look and 1'4" cable! Will give more info about battery life when I get to use it for a while.