Well, after finally biting the bullet and getting my dream machine (15" G4 PowerBook), I'm now looking for a good sequencer as I'm mainly into music creation. Reason is multi-platform and my PC version installed just great on my PowerBook, so that's taken care of, but on my PC I used to use Cubase SX 1.0 as my sequencer. I'm looking at purchasing Logic Audio 6.0 and I'm wondering first of all whether I should buy it, or Cubase SX 2.0? Can anyone tell me which one is better? I think because Apple owns Emagic now Logic Audio might have better integration with Core Audio, but I'm worried about making the plunge to Audio Units or whatever new plugin format they have. I would have to throw out all my VST instruments (I have a bunch). Also, how well does Logic work with Rewire? My other question is in regards to Logic 6.0 gold vs. platinum version. I don't have Digidesign TDM hardware, so I don't think I need the platinum version. Is there any reason why I should buy the platinum version instead of the gold version, which is $300 cheaper? Also, when will the gold version be released, because I don't think it's out yet. Thanks again for your help. I know that's a lot of questions, but if I'm going to make a significant investment in the most important piece of software on my system I really need to make an informed decision.