So I gave Pro Tools a fighting chance. I bought myself a Digidesign 002 rack about a month ago. At the same time, I've built myself an awesome PC to run this one program. Everytime something went wrong I called Digidesign's "customer service," and all I ever got was "this piece of hardware isn't supported by digidesign. I can't help you until you have supported hardware." So I went out and spent more money. Then I got back on the phone only to find out another piece of hardware wasn't supported. Well damn, I wish they would have mentioned that on my last phone call! FINALLY, my PC was perfectly to specs with what they wanted. After almost a month I get PT to load and start working, and I'm able to record one track. However, when I try to record another track I got "DAE error 6088." It was a critical error disallowing me to continue recording. So I went to digidesigns website to look up the error. Suprisingly, it's not even listed on their site. So I decided to do a google search for DAE error 6088... wow! Tons of other engineers are getting the SAME exact error with their PT LE 6.7. Everyone on this particular forum was getting the same error, and everyone said they had called Digidesign's "customer support" and never got an answer. So I thought I'd call myself to see what they said... they had NO idea what was wrong. Some know-nothing had me adjusting my screen settings, and turning off this and that. But nothing changed. I asked the guy if they ever got reports of this DAE error 6088. He said, "Well let me look.... looks like we got the first error in September of 2004." I said to him, "Do you realized that that corrisponds with the release of PT 6.7?" I don't think he made the connection. So I told the guy I'd have to take my unit back and get something different. He was, "Ok, thanks... click." He was just happy to get off the phone because he had no idea how to fix it. Essentially, there is this critical error that is stopping people from using PT 6.7, tons of people have it and have reported it, and Digidesign has no idea how to fix it, let alone post it on their website. So I took my unit back and got myself Cubase SX 3 and a Firepod. So far, I'm much happier. At least it records 2 tracks without crashing.