Hi Guys, This is my first message in any forum, yes a forum virgin! Anyway, I would greatly appreciate any feedback on the following: In the next couple of weeks I'm planning to purchase a new computer a audio setup. I already have an Akai S2000 sampler, keyboard & CD-RW (SCSI), Iwill Ultra Wide SCSI card for the Akai & burner. The system I'm planning to buy is: - Pentium III 1 Ghz - 512Mb SDRAM 133 - 60 Gig IDE HDD (apps, OS, samples, etc) - 20 Gig SCSI HDD (Audio only) - since I already have a SCSI CD-RW and SCSI card - Digi 001. My questions are: should all my Hard drives be SCSI? Would having a combination of SCSI & IDE drives going to be a problem? Is the Digi 001 a good starting point, eventhough I can't really build up from there since a professional Pro Tools system is way, way out of my price range? I was previoulsy using Micrologic AV on a Pentium MMX 166, 48Mb RAM, which really couldn't cut the mustard! Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!