Well here it is, the new DM 3200. http://tascam.com/Products/DM-3200/dm3200_prelim.pdf I like it a lot. Everything is spread out. There is not crunched up buttons like the 01V96 or DM 1000. The meter bridge looks like it sits better on the board compared to the DM 24 meter bridge which stuck up in the air, and was not exactly in line with the faders. The fire wire option allows you to have 24 channels at 96. The mixer has 8 aux sends and 16 returns, so you could easily patch in some great outboard effects. This is probably the best feature of this mixer!!! 8 sends!!! 16 returns!!! WOW! That is better spec'ed than any of the other digital mixers in this class. You can use the 8 sends to go to 8 different outboard boxes, and have the 16 stereo returns...very nice TASCAM! Well done! I just talked to a dealer in the States. It will be approx. $2,900 for the new DM 3200 and $750 for the meter bridge ($3,650 total). so it will be roughly $1,400 cheaper than getting the Yamaha DM 1000 with it's meter bridge. The DM 1000 in the States is $4,228 and the meter bridge is $760 so it's roughly $5,000. I confirmed that Tascam has improved the converters on the 3200 (compared to the DM 24) as well as the software algorithms. The release date is around June. Things I don't like: 1. You are stuck with only 24 ADAT on the 32 channel mixer. They need to come out with a 16 ADAT card like Yamaha. Then you could input in the mixer 32 channels from your DAW into the mixer.