Hey all, this is gonna be a bit long, please bear with me. I've been using wireless systems with my basses for years. Never really had any major issues, other than not charging or changing batteries. Had the ability to wander around any given venue we happened to be playing. Forward to about 3 or 4 years ago, started noticing that I was having a few more noticeable issues with dropouts and such. So, I started on my quest to find a good wireless that didn't suck tone and didn't drop out. Started with the Line 6 Relay G50. Good sounding unit that seemed to work, for a while. The dropouts started to get more frequent and more pronounced. I switched to the Line 6 Relay G90. Mounted it in my rack and thought this would be it. No such luck. Same issues with the same frequency. Well, let's try a different brand... Bought a Shure GLX-D. Again, sounded great, when it wasn't dropping out, which was all the time. Now I'm getting frustrated and irritated. Thought maybe technology had improved, so I went back to Line 6 with the G70. Had a bunch of cool features which made some of the other pedals on my board redundant. Worked great, for about 3 gigs, then right back to where we were. Now I'm getting pi$$ed. I've spent a zillion dollars on decent wireless units, from multiple manufacturers, and I'm still having the same issues. WTH?! As an aside, my guitar player is somewhat grappling with the same issues. He decides to go the opposite way, and buy one of those cheap Xvive U2 units. Seems to work ok, but he still has some dropout issues. Not sure why I thought going to the same unit was a good idea, but that's what I did. It's pretty cheap, so what the heck, right? It didn't sound that great but it worked flawlessly. I thought, "well, at least it works as advertised". It was awesome, for 2 whole gigs. The pinnacle was a few weeks ago, when his wireless and my wireless both dropped out at the exact same time at a gig. I was ready to take a hammer to all of my wireless units, until I had, maybe, an epiphany? As I was looking at buying a high quality cord, I realized one of my wireless units HAS been working FLAWLESSLY this entire time...My IEMs. What's the difference between my IEMs and my guitar wireless? All my guitar wireless units, every single one of them, are digital, my IEMs are analog. As I thought more about this, I started to realize my wireless troubles started right about the time our former sound guy got his X32 digital mixer. Our current sound guy uses the QSC digital stuff with a monster router, and he keeps his stuff close to the stage. We asked him to change channels on his PA, I got out my Line 6 G70, and it still sucked. So did my guitar players Xvive. I understand that I could just get a decent cord and not hafta worry about it, but it's a matter of convenience. The only analog guitar wireless I seem to find is the Sennheiser stuff, which their IEMs are working great for me so far. Just wondering if anyone else has experienced this, what did you do, and do you guys think I'm on the right track? TL;DR-My digital guitar wireless units keep dropping out, but my analog wireless IEMs are working great. Should I switch to analog guitar wireless?