At the 1992 GONG Meeting in Boulder (ASP Conf. Ser. Vol. 42) an attempt was done to form a group of people interested in multiobject, multisite observations with CCD cameras on moderate size telescopes (D ≈ 1m). The motivations is the need for uninterrupted, long time strings of photometry of certain types of variables. Observations of single objects by networks of photoelectric photometers have been practiced for some time. The extension to multiobject, differential CCD photometry not only multiplies the output, but also provide better signal/noise results. Many of the objects of interest (δ-Scuti's, β-Cephei's) are found close together in open clusters, which already serve as testbeds for stellar evolution theories. Nevertheless, suitable target fields are difficult to find.