Hey all! I've been using an Aardvark Q10 and Aark24 to record stuff for the past couple years, and while I've been very happy with the operation of the soundcards themselves, I've been unable to keep the computer system itself running smoothly. That, combined with the opportunity of doing live music recording, is making me consider selling my soundcards on Ebay and getting a one-piece recorder to take their place. I've been looking at Yamaha's AW4416, Roland's VS2400, and Mackie's HDR24/96. What else is out there? What's your experience with any/all of these? I need to be able to record 16 channels of 24bit simultaneously, but I'll be manipulating them all on my DAW so once I acquire the tracks all I'll need is to export them to DAW, which is the easy part. Most of these will either burn the files to a CD or, in the case of the Mackie, have a removeable HD that I can just drop into the computer. Let me know what you think of this. I'd have to come up with around $2k, so I've got some time to think... Thanks!