Hi everyone, I'm in an audio production class and am doing a studio design project that requires me to plan an audio studio with a fantasy budget of $100,000 for equipment. I'm only considering equipment- not real estate or construction aspects. My fantasy studio will serve commercial clients (radio ads, multimedia) as well as small-scale music recording and should also have some audio-for-picture capabilities. I'm not very fond of Pro Tools and after doing some research I decided that a Mac Pro with Logic Studio will probably suit my needs just fine. However, since I'm not an audio engineer by any means, I'm not sure what I'll need to consider for I/O into Logic. Is there anything specific I should look for in my console? Does anyone have any console recommendations? And what other hardware do I need for a console to talk to Logic? Are there special audio-for-picture considerations to make? Remember my budget is $100k, so feel free to suggest things you'd probably never suggest to a typical poster on the forum. And feel free to tell me what you put in a $100k studio-- it might give me more ideas. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks!