hi guys. in the great scheme of things to get for my studio, i've come to the conclusion the pro tools rig should come last, as otherwise it'll be obsolete by the time i open. in the mean time i would like to use my imac g4 and 002. not ideal, i know, but i'm hoping with the right mics and pres i can get truely pro results on this setup for my own projects. the problem i'm having at the moment is the converters. the 002 uses either ADAT or S/PDIF, and as S/PDIF is only 2 channels, that leaves my options relatively unattractive. i've not used ADAT connections before, but have heard they aren't so good. what i'd like to know is whether i'm going to end up with jitter, or severe latency, or any other problems that stop me getting the most out of my quality mics and pres. if there were no sound quality problems i could maybe deal with the latency. is the S/PDIF going to be way more usable for overdubs? the converter i've been looking at (apogee ad16x) has no S/PDIF, but will no doubt be the best thing for the job in the distant future when i've get an obsolete pro tools hd rig and ancient g5 for a couple of hundred bucks on ebay. what should i do!?!? thanks!