I don't want to hijack (this is about moving heads--not lighting boards), but I inherited a Chamsys QuickQ 10 board for stage lighting, and a Kulp32 for Christmas lighting. Kulp32 absolutely has 2x3 screw terminals for DMX output (ideally it would have had an XLR header). Xlights and Vixen is good for playing your moving heads to sequences, but QuickQ is better for using faders. If people could marry together their DMX (+dumb RGB) and ws2811 and then be able to use faders on it, that means year-round lighting. And then I want the reverse: save off ws2811 animations as chases and cue stacks on stage, and have those co-exist with the moving heads. Once you have that, you can mix & match applications all night, at home or commercial.