so we have a big gig coming up saturday-- https://www.facebook.com/events/1483838885167105/ and the venue hired a sound guy for the event. He's an acquaintance of our lead singer so I sent him a facebook message about my somewhat unusual gear setup and give him some notice that I'd like to use my new carvin in ear monitors (only tried at one practice but worked beautifully. I often have used a cheaper in ear system in the past so I'm used to it.) He messages me back that it's fine, I can use 'em, but he only has two auxes on the board he'll be using since his allen and heath is being repaired. his backup board is a behringer 2442 . So I'd be hogging one aux with my in ears and the rest of the band only can get one monitor mix for the other four people in the band. normally, we run our own sound: I use aux2 for in-ears, lead singer and lead guitar getting aux 1, and drummer getting a copy of the main mix. Would it be selfish of me to prevent the rest of the band from each getting their own monitor mix?