Hey all. I've been editing on windows (specifically Vegas) for several years, and I've recently decided to switch to Final Cut Studio 2 after exploring the site and demo videos. I just got my new mac pro, but now I'm having trouble pulling the trigger on final cut because I've been hearing that panning and zooming photos in FC is somewhat tedious. In Vegas it was an extremely simple process, requiring about 1 min or less per photo to set keyframes and animate since it was done much like cropping in photoshop would be done. But since I regularly do photo montages for clients (200 photos or more) and use subtle pan and zoom (ken burns effect) on almost every photo, an increase in the time taken to do the animation in Final Cut could severely delay my workflow. And since a demo for FCP is not available (still baffles me), I have no way to find out. I was wondering how long this usually takes per photo and whether there is a way to automate the process through plugins or program settings. Someone warned me 200 photos could take days and frankly that may put a stop to my purchase if it's true. I want to use FCP because of the workflow and features, but unfortnately it's looking like it may be boot-camp+vegas for me.