So, our little 3 piece is going to gather for our first practice in months. Since we are all working from home and isolating, and our state has begun to re-open some things, we figure it's time. And since there are 3 of us in a full basement, we can still keep our distance. But enough of that, on to the real news: When we stopped practicing, I took my Zoom R16 recorder home, and we were piecing together tracks - I'd do the guitars and vocals to a click, then share via Google drive, and the bass player and drummer would do their parts. Long story short, there was a LOT of hum/noise/buzz on the drum stuff. So a couple weeks back, I suggested that we might consider a second Zoom R16 (and then could chain them together later, as the 8 tracks we currently had fell 4 short of being able to isolate each drum mic when recording all together (drummer has been using a submixer for all but bass drum and snare). After we looked around, we actually decided to invest a bit more, and just get the Zoom L20, which can serve both as our live mixer and multi-track recorder (20 tracks simultaneous, 16 of which are XLR inputs). It just arrived today, so we're going to get to check it out. In addition to what I've listed above, it allows us to have up to 6 custom monitor outs (we use wired IEMs, but have shared the same signal with just EQ and volume tweaks for each guy). In theory, the L20 should allow us to drop the separate headphone amp, the rack compressor (it has this built in and can adjust for each channel), a splitter we used to feed each line in to both the PA and the recorder, and the little phantom power box that we were using to power the bass player's an my vocal mics (our old Carvin has phantom power, but the phantom power was acting up intermittently). All for a price that is comparable to what the Carvin cost us 10 years ago. Anyone have and use the L20? If so, any tips or tricks to share? Not sure how deep we will get with tweaking it tonight, or if we'll even test run with the speakers, but I'll be happy to share our thoughts as we go, if anyone is interested.