So, most of my gear up till now is pretty much analog. I use a Mackie 32.8 and a Alesis HD24(which is technically digital) as my main source for recording not to mention a few outboard processors as well. I am toying with the idea to go completely digital. That would suck mainly because i would have to sell most of my gear i have now. I would love to keep it but in order to buy a decent computer/multitracking software/and interfaces i would have to sell everything. If i go digital what makes it better than analog? I know its out of choice on my part but eventually i see no recording in the future being done via actual mixing consoles. To me analog presents more freedom and allows an engineer/musician to express themselves better than any DAW could ever do. The convienience factor is all i see. Having everything a mouse click away does make me want to be apart of the digital realm. What would be the best software/interface to use in my situtation and what computers do you guys recommend. Any price range is fine as i won't be doing this very soon but eventually i will. Protools seems overrated but maybe im wrong. Tell me if i am and if i should keep it analog or go digital?