I'm looking to buy an audio editor. I've used Sound Forge (version 6) and Cool Edit/Adobe Audition on the PC and I like both of them. I've tried some of the free and shareware stuff on the Mac, like Audacity, Peak Express, Sound Studio and Amadeus, and I've been less than impressed with them. So, I'm ready to buy a good stereo audio editor. I'm not particularly worried about price, I'm mostly worried about quality. I want something that's full featured and has an intuitive interface that's not clunky. I never thought I'd say this, but the PC audio editing software I've used had MUCH better interfaces than the 4 Mac programs I mentioned above. So, what do people recommend for audio editing software? I know the two big ones are DSP Quattro and BIAS Peak. Which one is better and why? Is there another program you like even better than those two? What would compare best with Sound Forge and Audition? I'm not doing music creation, I'm doing audio editing for video production, so multitrack recording isn't necessary, stereo is fine. Thanks!