I can now wirelessly connect my computer to the Amplifire and use the editor! You attach a small device to the USB of the Amplifire, and then the connection from the device to your computer is wireless. No flames on saying this isn't wireless, please. There's no getting around that unless Amplifire supported wifi/bluetooth (which is a larger effort for Atomic than most people realize). So far so good. Seems as good as a cable (including backups) in terms of speed and reliability (assuming wifi is good) No noise/interference ... yet. I need more time to fully vet this and suspect this will vary from setup to setup. The connection is resilient to outages and automatically reconnects as needed. Only time I've seen this is when the laptop screen sleeps and cuts off the wifi which means you wait for editor to resync with the amplifire (@Jace Nuzback @Atomic Amps I know a few ways to speedup the editor sync and backups. Reach out to me if there's any interest on your side in fixing this. Free advice perhaps worth the cost ) Nice thing about this setup is that once you have it setup, you simply launch the editor on your computer and it just works. No cable to attach when you plop your laptop down. IMHO the usb cable from the ground to eye level is a pain and an easy way to drag your laptop into an expensive crash. Details: How it works: Connect Amplifire USB to a small device, a Raspberry Pi 3B running Raspian Linux and a VirtualHere server. No way around this, but at least this can live on your pedalboard. Connect device to wifi Connect computer to the same wifi Run a small program on your computer, VirtualHere client Bingo! Amplifire editor can run wireless from your computer to the device to the Amplifire Should be able to connect to multiple usb devices (and other types of devices). I've only tested one at a time. It's all i need right now. The free version of VirtualHere limits you to one usb device at a time. Only as good as your wifi network Your mileage may vary if the wifi is sketchy, slow, or not available. Currently requires both device and your laptop connected to the same wifi (and one which allows devices on wifi to see each other). There are a few ways to handle this, but not a huge priority for me. Setting up the wifi SSID/Password on the device is a hack (since there's no screen/keyboard). I can see this being an issue as you move around from location to location. I have a few ideas on how to improve this, but this works for me now. Should also be able to make the device itself act as hotspot when there is no network. Or just setup any wifi cheap router that you carry around and attach both laptop and the device to that.