Finally got time to set it up. Just amazing integration with Blue Iris. For the last year I would skip using the C4 app when looking at cameras, the Blue Iris app was way faster from withing my network and from the outside, now I don't need it. I have 5 non HD Foscams which are not the greatest but do the job. It drives me crazy when Canada Post delivery people wait 2 seconds before they drive off with your package because you didn't make it to the door quick enough to sign. I now set up a touch overlay on the Control4 app, so when I see them knocking I can touch the screen and send an announcement to the front door audio endpoint saying, "someone will be right with you!" I setup the front door with the code overlay so I can open the Yale locks; it works so fast. I also setup a Blue Iris motion sensing on the baby monitor. If a lot of movement is detected in the babies crib, meaning she might be waking up, I get notified. I can see what she is doing and right on the screen I can tap to launch the ocean sleep sound she likes to get back to sleep. I want to have full control of this because it only works 50% of the time and the other times it makes it worst. I can see her reaction in real time and if its not working I can quickly turn it off right on the camera screen; no need for switching back and forth through the C4 app. I will be also using the basement camera to setup an overlay on a crappy humidifier I have that only has IR controls, the IR signal for on and off is the same. I will now be able to send the IR signal through the C4/BI overlay and verify, by looking at the camera, when it is on ON and OFF. It will save me so much time navigating to different screens. I know its a half ass workaround but I don't use it very often. I will keep reading the posts to see if anyone has any other ideas.