I got a PM today that asked me how to run their modeler direct to FOH and how FRFR actually works in that circumstance. In lieu of a long convoluted answer that tries to cover every possible scenario, here is a concise 'to the point' primer on making the jump to FRFR with any modeler/profiler. Q: FRFR Question How does one go about setting up one with a HD500? If I want to use FRFR as a personal monitor? That's how I run. It's a very different way of running than using an amp; you effectively do everything in your modeler and then use the FRFR as a monitor only. It doesn't do anything other than allow you to hear your modeler. You'd run out to FOH either through your monitor's "thru" output or from another out of your HD500. Once they have their input levels at FOH, you then use the volume adjustment on your powered monitor to turn up/down till you are comfortable on stage. In some circumstances; you have an Axiom/Hearback sort of personal mixer for your monitor mix and can then adjust it to taste (example is if you play at Church). Then I run direct from my modeler to FOH, but from the Hearback/other line-out to my powered monitor and use the Hearback/other to adjust the monitor mix to my preference. That's about it. Can some more of you FRFR guys share your particular setups and lay out formulas for a rig that works for you that might help folks moving from traditional back lines to a FRFR paradigm?