Hi Yet another IEM query... This is my current planned scheme for a wireless IEM setup for both bass & guitar with a few noob questions. Both actual answers and other comments are welcome and appreciated. My hope is to build a small portable system that will work for both solo quiet practice and live use with others. I'm more or less on my own and need a system that will be able to integrate into various other existing systems at different times, but I have no specific requirements for compatibility. I'll be using an iPad to provide the stereo instrument feed via a Guitar Jack 2 which I'll probably update at some point and I'll also be buying earbuds, but those subjects would best be discussed in another thread. The Plan so far: Stereo monitor feed, stereo instrument, mono ambient mic ( if needed ) into Rolls PM351, with stereo instrument to mains from PM351 DI passthru. Question 1: Is DI out from Rolls PM 351 equal or better in sound quality to that from a Radial Engineering ProAV2 for bass&guitar? Will I be disappointed in the sound? I like the sound of the ProAV2 well enough even though it has lesser bandwidth than the more expensive Radials... I can keep the ProAv2 I already have if it sounds better, but that would be unnecessarily redundant if the Rolls is adequate... I realize that this is a subjective question... I plan on driving a MiPro 808 T/R Wireless IEM - http://www.freqcitysound.com/mipro808tr.html/ from the Rolls PM351. I'm not 100% sold on the MiPro, but I'm strongly leaning that way after too much reading of reviews on the interweb. Question 2 is a compound question for MiPro owners/users/experts and is in regard to the built in limiting. Is the built in limiting good enough for hearing protection or do I need an external limiter? Does the built in limiting screw up the sound in any way. Is it defeatable/adjustible? If I need an external limiter for safety, what's a good suggestion? I'm trying to keep costs and size under limit ( hah ). Aphex Dominator has been recommended elsewhere, but I'd like to stick to half-space devices if possible for size considerations... Bonus question: Anyone know of an available half-wide rack case/bag? I'm considering modding a standard 5 space by installing rails on the long axis, but that's too much work for a lazy boy and I'd still have half the thing vacant... Thanks for bothering to read all this and thanks for any help or comments.