I've recently had the opportunity to purchase both an Mbox 2 Pro and an Apogee Duet and Logic Studio. I wasn't sure what to use, so I bought both because they were good deals, and I plan to sell what I don't use. Everything should be arriving at the end of this month. I'm looking to create a portable recording/editing/mixing setup on my MacBook Pro. It will mainly be used for post production audio, but I will be creating a bit of acoustic and digital music as well. I've worked on Pro Tools (LE and HD) almost exclusively for a few years now and am very used to it. However I've always had the full package for post-production (DigiTranslator, etc). Nearly all of my projects have involved importing OMFs from Final Cut. I'm thinking that Logic might be the better route to go because I don't have to buy all this stuff separately, but I have little experience with it. I'm so used to the way Pro Tools works, and I haven't encountered another program that allows me to edit audio files with such ease. I've also found it to be the most stable program I've worked on. Another option is to sell the Apogee Duet, and then have both Pro Tools and Logic running off the Mbox, but is it really worth having both programs? I've also got Soundtrack Pro (only version 1 but hoping to upgrade to 2 soon). Is version 2 any good as post-production audio software? Version 1 definitely leaves a lot to be desired and is extremely unstable. Any thoughts on the subject would be appreciated.