Recently, I got my first real film-sound gig (or, at least, something far closer to a film gig than I've had before). Granted, it's a unpaid job on a shoestring-budget-student-film some friends are doing, but, hey, it's a gig. In any case, it's definitely time I got my own DAW. Since I'm looking to do this professionally someday, I figured I should get ProTools, since it's the "industry standard" and all. But......it seems I would need the (pricey) DV Toolkit for this? How is film sound usually done? The movie itself will be edited in Premiere. Do they wrap scenes up as OMF, and send it my way, I do my thing with the soundtrack, export it back to them as another OMF? Or am I completely missing how it's done? In any case, an interface AND the DV Toolkit is a little over my budget right now. I have much less use for a hardware interface than I do some software that will handle film post, so I was considering getting Logic Studio, then picking an Mbox or something when I get the money, and maybe getting the DV Toolkit down the road (like when I'm done with my associates degree). Anybody got any advice for me?