I want to start out by saying I really hope this question does not pose as me being completely ignorant as I dont feel that I am just once again would like feedback/recommendations from others on this idea.. I have for the past several years ( about 12 or so) ran my LOR sequences on a dedicated pc that I considered my show pc. I have had to update/upgrade this show pc a time or 2 but it still has worked great for me. However this year I am thinking it would be great if I could run my show on a pc that was not drawing so much power by being on 24/7 through december. I have/am looking at attempting to run it this year on a raspberry pi, atleast that is my thoughts currently. I currently have the Falcon pi player software installed on one of my pi's and have been able to do some minimal configuration stuff but that is it so far.. I just recently took my LOR software from S3 to S4 and went Advanced to Pro.. however I was curious if anyone has tried or been successful at actually installing S4 on a pi in order to simply run the show editor and scheduler to run the sequences on? From a previous post that I made I was informed that LOR has implemented a thing called intensity files which has helped with not bogging down a pc as much while running a show or even a sequence in the sequence editor. Is it possible to do this on a pi? I ask because I have also read about issues with conversion from an LOR sequence to the required file formats that the FPP needs to run and timing being off and such. Plus with doing the LOR upgrade it would be ideal to stay with the "schedule editor" that I have had so much success with and know works well if at all possible and not feel like I wasted the $ I invested into the update. Appreciate the thoughts/suggestions on this, hopefully I don't sound like a complete newbie with posing this question.