While I don’t have a dedicated studio space in the new place. I do have a combined family room/music space in a 20x20 addition, but it’s not somewhere I can leave cables laying out and connected like previously. I have a rehearsal setup for playing out (mainly acoustic), but it requires a bit of rearranging to play electric or bass when the fancy hits me. I’d been eying a wireless adapter for a while, but being cheap, and not needing it had stopped me from getting one. Well, an Amazon gift card from my wife changed that (other reviews in coming days for other items). Joyo has their unit for an extra 15% taking the price down to $33. I received it over the weekend. I imagine most of you have seen these Joyo units (or identical units under different names). They rotate 220 degrees for any type of jack, and can cycle through 3 different frequencies in 4 channel banks (12 possible channels) if you’re having noise/interference on the one it auto selects. Pairing has been automatic for me every time, even when cycling frequencies (the manual tells you what to do if it doesn’t pair automatically). Only two buttons (power, and paring, both described in the above link), it’s very simple. Sound is very good, but a bit lower in volume than when plugging a cable in on passive instruments (it may be also with preamp equipped guitars, but I couldn’t really notice it side-by-side like I could with passive ones). There is also a very slight delay (latency) when playing, it’s not much, but it’s noticeable compared to using a 20 foot cable to the other side of the room. Charging, and operation is dead simple. LED’s are Orange charging, and off when charged (a single USB “Y” cable charges both simultaneously), flashing blue when connecting, and solid blue when connected. …and if you cover the nameplate, it looks like Batman… (They do call it the “Super Hero” model). I don’t know if I’ll gig with it, so it’s mainly for home as of now. It is the most expensive guitar cable I’ve ever had.