Well, I currently use FL Studio (fruityloops) to lay out all of my drums. This works pretty well, I like what I've built over the years. I don't actually use any midi interface, I just lay the hits out the way I wish and then construct patterns and a playlist of the patterns. Once I'm done, I export that and load the WAV into Sonar5PE. Then I layer all of the instruments and vocals and basically leave the drums alone. I self-humanize any hits that need to be, and I'm pretty quick with it... I've gotten pretty good at it with time. So, I don't really have any downfalls right now, but I would like to investigate other ways of doing this. Enter: Drumkit From Hell (DFH). Can someone explain this to me? I've been looking around on the innarweb, and I've found numerous articles that I'm not sure about. Why is "DFH2" only $99 and "DFH Superior" $299? Which one do I want? I don't really want to use a "sequencer" if I can just export the individual tracks as WAV's, right? That's essentially what I do right now, I don't know if I'm missing something... Also, I looked at EZDrummer (or something like that), and it seemed to incorperate DFH somehow. Is that a limited version? Stripped down? I'm not sure how to ask the correct questions, but from the layout of EZDrummer, it looked pretty nice. I also don't want to get a "lite" version that has limitations or "no humanizing" or less samples. DFH2 didn't seem to have as many instruments. Or... am I just confused about the whole purpose of DFH?