In June I have to move to a condo (because I can't afford to buy a house) and that means that the two room setup I've spent the past few years putting together is coming down. My plan was to get an SKB case and rack up my SCA pres, A/D converter, and get both a rackmountable interface and rackmountable firewire hard drive. Connect that to a fast laptop, and I'm in business!!! I'd take the recordings back to my place for mixdown. I was thinking that my main business would be the local high school choirs, orchestras, and garage bands. I don't record to put food on the table...I do it because I love it, and I just want to find a niche that will bring a good amount of business and still satisfy my recording wants. I wasn't planning on charging more than $25/hr once I can turn out good/repeatable results. I was going to dedicate my entire condo to a mixing suite so I can take on mixing projects and small acoustic jams. Maybe even pick up a V-Drum kit and BFD to record demos out of the place. What do you guys think? Does it sound feasible or like a waste of money? What do you do about monitoring (good headphones?).