I'm a little (make that a lot) confused as to the difference between Radar II and Radar 24. I know, from reputation, that the Radar system has a solid reputation for being solid, amongst those who are used to analog recording. I know Radar 24 has brought the price down, and uses BEos (actually that long Internet name). But here's the thing: A local dealer has Radar II. I don't know the price they'd go for (I really don't even "get" while it is still available there... is it old stock, or is Otari continuing with Radar II, but just not going to further developments which will be under iZ's name and distribution?), but it's more or less been hinted that the same configuration would be similarly priced (between Radar II and Radar 24). The dealer went on to talk about Radar II's interface being "proven" and solid, while hinting that might not be so with Radar 24. Please understand that I am not necessarily believing that at all, but it is more than a little confusing. I noticed on one thread there is a person that has both - Radar II and Radar 24. I would assume he/she knows the differences in running the systems and whether or not one words or sounds better than the other, etc. Or, whether they are virtually the "same", which seems a little impossible, given that the operating system (if I understand correctly) is different. I have more questions about Radar in general, but I will post those separately. Congratulations on being nominated on the TEC Award for the newest Radar 24. That should answer some of my questions (and it does help), but even with the price drop, something like the Analog Lovers Bundle, which is close to what I would get, plus cables and probably a couple of extras (not sure about the digital in/out for my system)... well that is a sizable enough purchase that I have to know. Considering my feelings about the complicated world of digital, I suspect I'd be "back" in analog heaven's HEAVEN if I was Radar-ing.