Given their popularity and strength in the market I have to think that alot of folks are successfully using this system so I am asking fro your help and experiences in how you use theres, tips and tricks, etc. Our 5 piece classic rock/party/dance band is attempting to transition from floor monitor to IEM's. First was just the drummer, then a couple weeks ago, bass player, singer and guitarist joined in, using our regular outside sound company. And last night, using our personal PA with a sound person, was the first time I had enough gear for everyone to give it a go. It's early days and I have asked everyone to keep an open mind as we work through the learning curve and possibly having to submit to certain changes and limitations that seem to come with this system, reward vs. negatives. We are having mixed results. The system I have chosen for our wading into the IEM pool is the Shure PSM 200 with 4 guys using teh SE215 ear sets and I am using a set of Westone UM Pro20. Now, before we go any further I would ask that we keep the 'non-positive' comments to a minimum. I own the systems and won't be buying up anytime soon so comments like "Oh, well there's yer problem, they s*ck! Gotta get brand XXX..." will simply not be helpful in our circumstance For starters I am most interested in how you are getting good overall sound from them, setting up the input stage volumes from board monitor sends through the Transmixer and then the receivers. Gain structure through the chain I guess. My main experience so far is that they limit very easily and quickly and that could be problematic as it's at the detriment of the overall mix quality. The constant squashing seems to take away a lot of detail. Second set we made some level changes and that helped but I want to know if you find less signal in and more volume on the receivers helps mitigate that situation. How about clarity, do you use any EQing between the board and the Transmixer? I have a DBX 31 band in line with it now, used very sparingly and adding no gain. How do you find drums and bass to be represented on the headset? To me the bass has really lost it's character. I can hear it well enough but it's a tad boring and any slapping or popping just brings in teh limiting and squashing and it sounds worse, so I don't bother. Not helpful. So, tell me your thoughts and experiences, fixes, etc.