Basically I'm replacing a Firepod (circa 2006) with a Firestudio Mobile and I'm not overly clear on the difference between the two, mostly because the Firepod has been replaced by the F10 or whatever it's called and is no longer made, so I don't know what's changed between the two. I do recognize that the gain ranges differ between the Firepod and Firestudio Mobile. On the Firepod, the gain for the mic inputs ranges from 0 dB to 60 dB and -10 dB to 30 dB on the the instrument inputs. On the Firestudio Mobile on the other hand, the gain for the mic inputs ranges from –10 dB to +70 dB; the high-impedance instrument inputs range from –30 dB to +50 dB of gain. I don't know how this will affect my future recordings. I ask because I have songs which I have started recording on the Firepod and now need to finish on the Firestudio Mobile and wasn't sure if I should be re-recording the entire song on the Firestudio Mobile or if the sound quality difference would be negligible. I'd love some feedback and answers here on this. Thanks so much.