@Kurt Foster, (and/or anyone else who has spent some time on the newest ( or newer) versions of Harrison's MixBus DAW platform)... Kurt... about a year and a half ago, you and I were discussing the newest Harrison Mixbus version that was out at the time, I'm fairly certain it was vers. 3.0 (?) They've since come out with another version, 3.6, and I was wondering if you'd had a chance to work on either of these versions since the last time we discussed it, and if so, what your thoughts are about it... overall sound, ease, compatibility, layout, etc. My version is older, Mixbus 2/32 bit. I never did upgrade to the 64 bit version. There are things about vers 2 that I really liked; one of the main things was working on a GUI that was laid out graphically as a Harrison 32 desk...but my older version was lacking some tools I often rely on, (such as midi, as well as not being universally compatible with all VST's). This may have just been the built-in limitations of the 32 bit version. (Not that I'm complaining, as I felt the $40 price tag was totally worth it at the time). The newest, vers 3.6 /24 bit ( or is it 32?) is priced as it was when I got my version several years back... it's $39. So, it's not like I'd be breaking the bank taking the chance in upgrading to the newest version, but I'd like to hear your thoughts on it first ( or anyone else who uses the newer versions). Harrison Mixbus 3.6 Thanks -d.