Yeah, the set-and-forget part is really nice! The scripts run on startup and handle everything automatically, so I just setup the gear, run the show, yank power, and repeat. At the end of the day, I pull the USB so it doesn't try to record again, and start transferring all the day's recordings. Next morning, I check for success, clear off the Pi, pull power so it shuts down again, plug the USB back in, and load the bus. The only downside that I can think of is the format that I ended up with. The raw recording is a giant monolithic blob of binary data with no self-description like a WAV or MP3 has. This is to avoid hiccups about 10 minutes in (2GiB file in multitrack, WAV panics at this point), but it does work wonderfully. So once the raw file is transferred, I run another script on it to extract a full-length mono WAV file for each track. I can then load those WAV's into a DAW, make MP3's in Audacity, or zip them up for someone else to play with.