Somebody stated this somewhere: 1. Why would 88.2/44.1 SRC be any less complicated than 96/44.1 SRC? 2. What if we're starting with 24 tracks at 48/24 mixing through analog console then through HEDD and into masterlink. Does that make all the above discussion about 96k irrelevant? What I mean is - perhaps it would be better to stay at 48/24 on Masterlink hard drive. Or is there a sound advantage to convert up to 96 on way in to Masterlink - even when original tracks were at 48/24? If the former - do we have to start from scratch to consider the original SRC question and burning a redbook cd in Masterlink? 3. Finally, Lets say you had two Masterlinks. You come out of the first one into HEDD192 for D/A then into EQ and Comp then back into Hedd for (A/D) and record to 2nd Masterlink HD at 44.1/16. Then burn redbook. How do you think that might compare to a hi quality DAW scenario? WP PS: Then again if the HEDD does not do SRC - is this possible?