From over at LightShow Pro forum, showing the quality of the entrants and the winner of the 512+ channel category. Some very great work and the winner has shown a good array of what is possible with LightShow pro, including the use of video. Well this had to be tough on the voters. The winner was Peter Parillo! here is a link to his show and congrats on a great display. Very well done! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SR0hZeu-gEE&list=HL1357481109 Here are a couple of the entries, There are more and I will try to add some later and check out some of their other videos as well. Not a bad grid! Actually pretty awesome i Love the train and sequencing and video Carol of the Bells Medley 2012 at the happyholidayhome - YouTube Overall great layout,sequencing and unique elements https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OGuLLSH_qIo Great aussie song! The best one I have heard I think?#! Six White Boomers - YouTube Should have entered the dogs in the under $50 category. Watch ahow good the dogs behave the second time you watch this one Carol of the Bells 2012 on Vimeo Love the presents and check out his other videos as LSP is used differently in other sequences BVL 2012 - Do You Hear What I Hear on Vimeo Cool castle in the back and great seeing shows done in spots like this Stoughton Holiday Light Park 2012 | Wsto-Online One of my favorite Christmas songs and great display 2012 Schmenk Lights "Christmas Eve" on Vimeo Righ out of the gates check out the face/eyes in the mega tree. I may borrow that idea! Crain's Christmas 2012 Digital Light Show - YouTube Jakubowski Christmas Lights 2012 - 5 on Vimeo Thanks to everyone who entered and look forward to seeing everyone enter again next year!