Hey guys, I usually don't do stuff like this, but I feel like people need to know about what they are buying when they look into these units. Anyways, I have had a Line 6 Relay G90 wireless system for about two years, and when it works, this thing is AWESOME. The main problem though is that it almost NEVER works properly. I am a professional musician and I'm generally on the road 8-10 months out of the year, and with that volume of shows, I need something that will be consistently reliable. When I first got my G90, I had a huge issue with the receiver, where for no reason at all, it would go silent for 5-10 seconds at a time. The unit would display that I still had signal, so I don't know what the real issue was. Line 6 told me that I had a "hardware problem" and that I should send it in for Warranty Repair. I asked them if they had an idea of how long this would take, and I was told that it would be around 90 DAYS. There was no offer of a loaner unit or anything of the sort. So I just payed 600 dollars for a wireless unit that I couldn't use for the next three months of touring. So instead I exchanged it for another unit at guitar center, instead of opting for another system, because everything I have heard about "digital wireless" has had me drooling over the G90. So I get a new unit, the first couple of shows are GREAT. Then I run into a problem. My signal is gone, but this time, it's because the pack is reading "no cable", even though everything seems to be plugged in properly. The next day I did some troubleshooting and came to the conclusion that I had a bad cable, and other people have had the same issue with the line 6 wireless cables. I decided "okay, not a big deal, I'll just get a new one". Well, nobody carries the line 6 cable, and if you're lucky, guitar center will have a Shure cable that works with the unit, but as I have come to find out, these aren't much better than the line 6 cable, and they are about 30 bucks. I would usually go through about 2-3 of these cables on a tour. Yesterday I played one of the biggest shows of my life, Heavy MTL in Montreal. While setting up and running through our line check, my signal vanishes, but I am using a brand new cable. The transmitter itself had finally crapped out on me because of how flimsy the four pin connector is, so I was forced to use a cable, and because we just started a tour, I'll likely be using a cable for the next two months. I will never ever buy a line 6 product again. I'm sorry for the very very long wall of text, but I feel like you should know how these units work under real touring use if you are considering picking one up.