Thanks guys, all that advice and instruction is fabulous. I am going to go with each of your's advice, sit down in the corner for a week, and learn all I can about the TD-10. I have been using it for a number of years, with a Roland V session set up. I really used it in a very limited way. Now that I have 100% committed myself (no, not that way!) to playing the zendrum only, I guess I really need to go over the manual with a fine tooth comb. I have, over the past few years, learned more about the TD10, but again vrey limited. When I first started using the zendrum, I screwed around with a lot of the settings on the TD10, and I am sure I've changed a lot of what came stock. So, first I need to reset everything back to stock, then reprogram the zendrum with my favorite's that I use now.
I messed with everything in the TD10... attack, EQ, I mean everything... basically I had no idea how little I knew. Now that I am learning more, I have found out how badly I messed it up to start with, lol!
Anyway, I have decided to play only the zendrum. I am currently in 2 working groups. The first is oldies, classic, acoustic/electric, and I found them accidentally, and we have evolved over the past few years. The 2nd group is more Americana, Country, bluegrass, and I just started working with them. They love the zendrum... and I go with it, so they're stuck with me too!
I am planning on selling all my other gear on eBay over the next few weeks. The plan is to raise the cash in those sales, to get the zendrum to the Inspector, for the Z4 upgrade and the wireless conversion, along with a few extra pads. I 'm shooting for April, since we have a slow month playing (a lot of vacationers in April, including me). So I will be studying hard and going back to "Roland TD10 school" over the next few weeks. I'll shoot you all an update and let you know how I am making out. And of course, if I have questions along the way, I'll be posting on this thread.
Thanks again. You guys are really very helpful. I need to learn more so I can repay by offering help to someone else... eventually!