So I am thinking of totally switching over to ableton live for pretty much everything. I am curious why most people don't use it as a main DAW but for generally a looping/remixing/programming tool. I think it's way less annoying than cubase, and it (i think) has all the features that pro tools m-powered, which i use now, has plus more automation abilities. So what are the real benefits of cubase, logic, pro tools, nuendo, etc. over live? Also, I have live lite right now and if I decide to get it I will get the downloadable upgrade to live 7. I'm guessing that I won't be able to use it on two computers since that's what the website faq says. I heard somewhere though, that it is possible to use on two computers with no additional cost. So what is the case, is it possible? Is it only possible when it is ordered packaged in the box? Or not possible any way?