I'm sure this could have been covered before, and it may even be a case of Ford Vs Holden (Kia man now myself btw) but looking for feedback on broadcasting your show via unicast vs multicast. As discussed at the Melb Mini this year, it was pointed out that for larger channel count shows, multicast would be best, but you need to make sure that the show network is completely separate form your home network (examples given was angry family member's internet access dropping out!) Using my own show as an example, I'm currently using unicast, (where the IP address of each controller is sought out and sent data.) I haven't really noticed any lag or flickering (yet) but once I add more elements I could be hitting some large channel counts. As for best practise for network setup, Damona shared his setup at the mini (link here) I run my show from a Raspberry Pi & FPP, but I have this connected to an 8port switch, which is linked to our home network (using one of the 4 ports on our main router.) So if multicast is the way to go as per above, that means the controllers don't need a specific IP address? If I remember the terminology, it was recommended to get a good switch that has DHCP, which gives the controllers a new IP of it's own?? I may have gotten this wrong so looking forward to expert opinions. Annnnnnnd, GO!