So I'm a BRAND new user on this forum - been a member over at planetchristmas for a while. Loved the crazy amounts of info on RGB lighting on this site. Thank you so much for the information provided. The video series have been amazing. I have a question on the use of some of these: http://www.aliexpress.com/fm-store/701799/209843764-329544925/5m-one-roll-5050-SMD-30LEDs-m-led-strip-waterproof-by-silicon-tubing-and-coating-RGB.html and controlling with: http://store.lightorama.com/cmdedcca2.html (Not sure on the 12V power supply yet - any suggestions?) along with LOR S2. I saw some references to the fact that the colors of the RGB needed to be wired in a particular order as LOR doesn't allow for customizing RGB vs GRB vs RGB, etc.. Does that apply to non-pixel based rgb strips? I can see how it might or might not apply. The simple minded-me (which comes out at night after a long day of work) says I run the non-pixel based strips similar to the AC based LOR channel controllers I have in my setup now. I essentially would use a DC controller with LOR. 1.) Is there anyone on this site using LOR and RGB? I see lots of LSP and Vixen, but not much talk of LOR. 2.) Are any other hardware components necessary to interface with LOR and not pull my hair out? 3.) Will I have the color mixing options available as LOR as provided with the CCR (meaning I can see the composite intensity track in LOR with the option to expand the individual RGB intensity channels if necessary? 4.) Given the cost of the TigerDMX, is it absolutely crazy to use the LOR board above? Is the TigerDMX really $125 for 120 channels? If so, is this compatible with LOR? I know the crazy expensive iDMX dongle is available now, but I believe a much cheaper DMX solution is in the works... I apologize if this has been answered before - Like I said, I did a quick search after lots of learning last weekend, and If this has been posted, just point me in the direction and I'll do some more reading! Thanks so much!!