Okay so I'm sure this has been discussed before, but I want to know when in the heck are we going to see a refresh in interface technology that uses either Firewire 800 or USB 3.0? Both of these have much faster transfer rates than their predecessors, and most quality computers have Firewire 800 and I believe USB 3.0 is becoming more common place. And as far as I know, faster transfer CAN mean more channels correct? So while everyone seems to be stuck in the 2, 4, 8 and a handfull of 16 (for lack of a better term) "modules", can't we start to move beyond that now? I know that more channels would raise the cost on components alone, regardless of the ability to send them in one cable. But isn't it time we see some 24 channel (ADAT aside) interfaces that aren't using DSubs or ethernet? For instance, I'd like to see combo's from Avid, M-audio (avid), Tascam, Alesis... and whoever else makes those, with much more I/Os. Aside from my longing for more channels, what advantages do you think the new generation of cables could do? Maybe lower latency? Eh, I guess the cable has less to do with that than the processing of the data. Anyway, happy Friday everyone!