This goes a bit further than the iMic support thing, actually... Recently, I bought a Griffin iMic to go with my Cube (no audio in or out - gee, thanks, Apple...). I thought I'd use it primarily to feed audio from the Eskape Labs' MyTV unit, connected to the Digital Satellite decoder, so I can be lazy and watch the TV in bed (Ha!). Now that Eskape Labs have put out OSX drivers (although they're not quite polished yet), I expected the iMic to fit in well. In OS9, the two get along flawlessly, giving nice, full-screen pictures and clear sound - after, of course, I changed the iMic over from it's default setting of Mic Level to Line Level, using the control panel downloaded from the Griffin website - www.griffintechnologies.com Alas, there is no such luck with OSX - unless, of course, I'm missing out a step. So far, there's been no reply from Eskape Labs, and no mention of the problem on the Griffin site. So - who can help to offer me a solution, or even shed some light as to whether the iMic drivers actually exist for OSX? For the record, I've got a G4 450Mhz Cube, 768Mb Ram, 20Gb HD, 15" LCD Monitor, HK Soundsticks/iSub, Griffin 4-port USB hub, Griffin iMic, Eskape Labs MyTV USB tuner (and a partridge in a pear tree...). Thanks, folks. Any input will be much appreciated.