I'm pretty sure I'm holding my Gear back.... Its pretty awesome, and I suck way more than I should after doing this stuff so long..... But really, I'm excited to end up with some free time to start messing with recording again. It reminds me of when I was just starting out gigging: You have X equipment. Your goal is to execute these songs in this setting. GO! I was a teenager, and during school could only work a few hours a week. So I ran with what I had. Same principle applies with recording now. My working theory is I can record a whole band with what I have now, an Interface with 2 XLR inputs, some headphones, and the cheapest drum kit I can find on CL (aiming south of $150 yields 2 results a month on average.) The only "upgrade" I'm allowing myself is mic(s), because while I have 2 functioning dynamics and a decent condenser, a pair of SM57s or one and an e609 have been on the bucket list for when I can gig again anyway.