The steep learning curve that is RGB lighting continues, and frankly I am really struggling... I have a few issues. I have figured that my lights are 2811, on the board is the number FGZ2811 - V2.0. there is also in for for 5V in DI and GND. I have attached the lights to my P12R, I have done tests from the board and the lights are working correctly. I have played with the baud rates in the string config, and found that too fast I get all white lights and two slow the same thing happens. So I have the rate set at 2200. I have set the universe correctly and have followed the video to the letter. I am pretty confident that all that is correct, because when I use the test hardware in LSP I can change pixel one to red green or blue, using the sliders. I have created a very basic test sequence that should see half the lights go from red to blue, and the other half ramp on and of in different colours. The sequence runs for about 15 seconds. When I press play, nothing happens, the output is set to play, and all the setting seem to be right.... I have done all sorts of things to try and get this to work, but my limited knowledge seems me at my wits end, with nothing else to try. As I said I have done a few things and discovered some things that may help someone diagnose my issue. First, no matter what baud speed I use, pixel 24, 25 and 26 are always green. 24 always bright, 26 always dull and 25, goes from dull to bright constantly. Second, On LSP hardware test, it goes channel 1, 4, 7, 9, 10, 10, 11, 12. Physically that corresponds to pixel 1, 2, 3, 9, 4, 10, 11, 12. In the J1Sys Effects config, I have #12A checked as active, #B #C #D are left unchecked, the start pixel is set as 1, and the number of physical pixels is set at 49 (I had to cut the first one of as I think I stuffed it) reverse is left unchecked and null and repeat is left at zero. Also the RGB is left as RGB. I hope that is enough information to help someone understand my problem, I have no intention of giving up, but I never in my wildest dreams thought this was going to be this hard!