Hello again. I'm still new, as a member of the Gauge, but I've lurked for awhile, and know you'll all have some information for me. I'm just starting construction on a larger sized N-scale layout. I'll be running up to about four trains at a time, some of which will have multiple unit consists. This will be a 2' wide shelf layout, running 12'x20'x12' around three walls, with a 10' staging yard in an adjoining room. The trackplan will be point to point, via an out and back schematic with a reverse loop and a provision for continuous running. I'll have some industrial switching, in addition to mainline running. After looking at different DCC systems, I really like the look, feel and operation of the LENZ Set 100 system, keypad control, and telephone adapter for wireless operation. I've had the MRC Command 2000 for a few years on my former 6'x10' N-scale layout. I'm not new to DCC, but I am moving beyond the limited experience I gained with that basic MRC system. Ok, here's my question. Is there any reason I should reconsider my choice of the LENZ set 100? I am really comfortable with the 100's hand controller. I know this is like the age old "less filling...tastes great" controversy, but I am open to all feedback on this choice. DCC systems are a matter of personal choice, and I value the opinions of the members here. I'll settle in for some feedback, as this may take awhile.