I realize I need to go down the [zl] route as opposed to unpack. The examples have been very helpful thus far but here's what I'm running into. I need to extract the 7th integer through the end of the message which ends with 7F (the message will always vary in length). Furthermore, I need to translate these numbers into simple cue and cuelist numbers. Here's an explanation of what I'll see as my incoming commands:

In terms of cues, the device can potentially deal with all the available cues, so this gets a bit tricky since hexadecimal doesn't deal with decimals. The numbering scheme then is not hexadecimal.

Three simple rules:

1. Place a "3" in front of every digit of the number.

2. Place a "2E" wherever there is a decimal.

3. Place a "00" when separating a cue number from a cue list.

This can be represented by:

On the device: Cue xy/ab.c

In Hexadecimal: 3a 3b 2E 3c 00 3x 3y

Cue number examples:

On the device: Cue 1/54

In Hexadecimal: 35 34 00 31

On the device: Cue 4/101

In Hexadecimal: 31 30 31 00 34

On the device: Cue 10/55.6

In Hexadecimal: 35 35 2E 36 00 31 30