I'm looking for a digital recorder for use with dictation that allows for editing/insertion without the need to go to a computer. That is, I wish to be able to record something, then play it back, and at a point in the playback that I choose, press a button which allows me to insert a new section in the middle of the previous recording. The button could make it so the new section is inserted, or it could simply split the track into two pieces at that point. And I want to be able to do all this on the hand held recording device. I also wish to be able to select sections in the middle of a recording to remove, splicing the ends together. Do you know of any device that does this? Something along the lines of the Olympus LS-10? It seems to me it would be in demand for dictation/writing applications, and I see no reason why it could not be done with current tech. Any ideas?