Our band was looking for a light to compliment our ADJ Micro Galaxian so we bought the H20. Overall it provides some nice effect but is not as awesome and user friendly as the Galaxian and cost more too. It does make a nice "underwater" effect but placement of the light is crucial as is the size of the venue. We tried projecting it against a wall with the unit on the floor about 5 feet in front of the stage. Looks cool with the backwall looking like its on fire...an underwater fire rippling at the top of the back wall. Very nice. That being said its really hard to dial in the best effects as the beam of light is pretty narrow and its hard to tell what the turning of the lens does (focus??) as I couldnt see a whole lot of difference in the adjustments. This light probably does better hanging from the ceiling in a corner. At a small gig we had it projecting straight up against a wall behind the drummer's chair and it looked cool but wasnt as "dreamy" as we had hoped....obviously we still have some experimenting to do and I havent tried the bigger lens yet. Manual is basic and not very well written. Also of annoyance is there is no on or off button...when you plug in its on! No remote control either. Again not to knock it too much...I had it set up in my condo living room with the lights off and wow I felt like I was in an aquarium! This would be a cool light for a studio for sure. Despite my complaints its really amazing what you can get in lighting for around $150 these days. The micro Galaxian is even cheaper. I recommend for sure but some experimentation will be needed to find the best use for this light with your band.