So today I received confirmation of something I have suspected for a while; I have bad hearing. The doctor said I suffer from mild hearing loss, and obviously recommended that I begin to use in ear monitoring when I'm performing. I'm only 23, but I'm a hunting guide and around gun fire all the time, and so I know I need to start wearing my ear protection when I do that. As far as IEM, it's probably not a necessity for the band sake, but for my hearing sake I'm preparing to make the switch. I have actually tried it in the past, but gave it up after several months. The two things that made me go back to floor wedges were the sound quality (I got a super cheap option last time) and the fact that I couldn't hear what people on stage and in the crowd would try to say to me since I was basically wearing ear plugs. My main question is what would be a good in ear choice to purchase? We run Behringer X32, so we should be able to be compatible with anything I would think. I want something that is going to work well, and going to last. The ability to run multiple mixes to multiple receivers would also be nice, in case other guys in the band decide they want to go in ear as well. Sennheiser, Shure, something else? What model? Other question is advice for how to hear what my bass player is trying to tell me during the show, or what people in the crowd are saying. Get really good at reading lips? Thanks in advance.