I've gone from the old Atari days with C-Lab Notator all the way through to Logic 5.5 on the PC. Now I feel like I'm getting left behind and it's time to decide on my next move. Here's the dilemma. For starters I was pretty fed up with Apple who buy up Logic and tell us PC users to jump on board or get lost, but after much deliberation I accepted the crossgrade offer for the Mac XS key and then paid £99 for an upgrade to Logic Pro 6 only to feel shafted weeks later when they release Pro 7 and want yet another £200, a potential outlay of £300 when I hadn't even bought my Mac! Anyway, I never did pay to upgrade to Pro 7 and have spent the last two years using 5.5 and podering a move, but as I say I'm feeling stuck in a rut now with 5.5 on the PC and I think it's time I did something about it but I'm having a nightmare deciding what to do, yes it's that whole Mac/PC/Logic/Cubase thing yet again, the boring old subject that comes around and around and makes us all groan! but really I'm tearing my hair out now and the more I try and rationalise it all the more confused I get. Here are the choices: 1) Stick with the PC, take Cubase up on their offer to buy SX for £300 and learn to use it and run Logic alongside untill all current songs are moved across, using the money saved on a Mac for plug in's soft synths, holidays etc, or: 2) get a bank loan (joke!) Buy a Mac, upgrade to Pro 7, carry on working as normal then get really miffed when the Intel Mac comes out and they ask for £300 to upgrade the software!