Depending on your laptop, I think you should limit on adding your VSTs for Live/DJ use. My setup consist of 4 decks, A/B serving as normal Audio tracks where I play all the songs while I reserve the C and D as my 'live' platform. on the C, I have it run as an acapella/vocal channel with several channels that are grouped into one C channel. Same thing goes to deck D, except deck D is for song parts (drum loops, synth loops, risers/noise,etc.). I have 3 band EQ and LP/HP on each channel and also GuitarRig to run Traktor 12 (Traktor FX as VST) so that I could use Traktor FX in Live, it does take up some CPU though. My CPU stays at an average of 20% on Live's meter. I'll probably replace it with something else like Max4Live FX or some less CPU-consuming VSTs. Also have 3 beat-repeats on all channels, and of course Fade to Grey.