Greetings LED gods. I need some help with the sequencing of my mini mega tree and leaping arches. Background: Two years ago I built 3 leaping arches using Big W LED lights (3 wire) consisting of 30 channels in total. These were connected to a 27 channel DMX controller linked to a 3 channel DMX controller. Controllers were powered using the power supply which came with the Big W lights, which were 30V output and had the plug and adaptor in the one unit. The sequence was designed and run using Vixen. Worked a charm, no issues even with splitting the 30 channels across the two controllers. Last year, I added to my display with a mini mega tree (probably about 3m high) again using Big W LED 3 wire which I already had on hand from a few years earlier. The tree consisted of 16 channels + 5 coro presents + 1 coro star = 22 channels total. I purchased a 30 channel DMX controller which I swapped over and used on my leaping arches to match the 30 channels needed there, and then connected my tree to the 27 channel controller which I linked in starting at channel 31. Again both controllers were powered using the 30V Big W power supplies and programmed using Vixen. Overall it worked, the tree which was linked second in the sequence worked perfectly, but a lot of the time I was getting some serious lag on the leaping arches which were first in the sequence. I was thinking there might be a problem with the new 30 channel controller but when I tested the leaping arches on the new controller without the tree, they seemed to work fine without lag. Adding the tree on, the tree works fine and the leaping arches start to lag. If anyone has any ideas or suggestions how to eliminate the lag, it would be appreciated. It really started to grind my gears last year. I have uploaded a vid to show an example of the lag. The movement of the leaping arches should be nice and smooth but from the 1:00 minute mark onwards the lag is extremely obvious: Christmas Light Display 2015 - YouTube Thanks for your help.