Remastering jobs would tend to be more about whether Gus gets that job or not, rather than what they are doing as a recording studio. His mastering business predates this location. I was in there a few weeks ago, and it is still being sorted out. The 5.1 mastering setup lives in the big room, which will double as the main recording room. He’s switching from Pass to PS for amps, as he found them more open-sounding. The Sony speakers are not what will be in the control room with the Studer desk (shockingly small knobs on that thing!) - Gus has two pair of powered Hafler studio monitors in there - nothing to write home about by audiophile standards, but a good tool. Possibly there will be other monitors at some point. Think they’re still sorting out what to spend on as far as rebuilding the board, mics and pres, and so on.