I would be difficult to give you a quality answer about whether Logic or Protools is better because there are too many variables to take into consideration. I will tell you that both are superior products and that both are capable of a lot of the same results. In a very general way, I will try to respond by saying that Protools might be better for you if you are interested in editing audio for film and television while Logic's sequencing capabilities are superior. If you plan on recording multiple inputs simultaneously, both are good. If you plan on using mainly audio files in your production then Protools may have the advantage. I have many friends that swear by Logic. Most however use Logic for music production and most use Protools for film/video related editing. But both can do either and pretty well too. Sound too general? Sorry, but I guess at the end of the day, the last sentence is basicly how I view the best practical purposes of the two.