I decided to run my band live with DigiGrid interfaces (IOS & IOX), a powerful PC, and Cubase Pro 9.5. Bunch of reasons why I am trying this, but I wanted to run by the group how I am doing monitor mixes and see if anyone has a better solution. In a nutshell...I am do a pre-fader send to an unconnected output channel for each track. Example: IOX Input channel 1 has a pre-fader send to an output channel called |::| IOX 01. The channel is not connected to any physical output I then created a folder track with 32 audio channels and assigned all those "virtual" output channels as the inputs. 20 of them are for each preamp, and I have 12 stereo buses for VST or effects...whatever I want to use them for. It basically looks like this: I have a Folder Track called MIX IEM 01 I created audio channels with each virtual output channel as the input channel. In this case |01| IOX 01...etc I can now have a fader set for each stereo IEM mix, and I am not limited on how many IEM channel sets I want to create. In this case, I need 10 for the whole band. I tried the group channel route, but then I had to mess with each send amount. Because I was limited to 8 sends, I had to create 2 group channels just to be able to send to all 10 IEM mixes. Using my current method, I have faders for each element in the mix, and easy panning. Yes, it creates a lot of tracks, but I am setting up a filtering system so I can tab through them on a separate mixer screen. Still working on that. Does anyone have a better idea on how to get past the 4 CUE limit?