This may not be something a regular person thinks of, but a program that has 1000s of colour variations to control a colored light display can be a bit much for someone whose colorblind. Some might ask why do a colour display if your colorblind. Well I still see colour, I just see it differently and my brain sometimes can't tell me what that colour is, but it still flashes and changes colour and makes me go ohhh ahhhh. In fact colour is a brains interpretation of light entering the eyes. So what you see as red is a different red to everybody else's red. No red is the same for any one person. You cannot describe what red is to someone else. You can describe things which you have been told are red, but you cannot describe red. It is totally individual. There is a youtube video of a blind man trying to describe colour and he can't because his eyes have never interpreted colour. What's all this mean. I use a program autocad everyday which is based around colour, but each colour is assigned a number. Eg red = 1. I use the numbers not the colours. It would be nice if when I choose a colour in LSP I could also see its number. That way when I assign a chase with colour 1, I know everyone is seeing red. Just some food for thought.