Hi. Can anyone with a 2009 Mac Pro please confirm if they have been able to run Cubase properly on their new machine? I have tried to load Cubase SX 2 on it and it loads ok, but I can not record audio. I was considering upgrading to Cubase 5, to hopefully remedy this, but I read the following on the Cubase site regarding Hyper Threading: "We have found that many plug-ins and other applications do have severe problems when more than two CPUs (virtual or not) are used. Though Nuendo and Cubase are capable of dealing with more than two processors, the plug-ins and instruments loaded into the host may not. Solution * If you are running a single Pentium 4 CPU system, enabling Hyper-Threading results in an increase of processing power. * If you are running a Xeon HT multi-CPU system or a Pentium Extreme Edition dual-core system, you should disable HT in the BIOS. * The same applies to the new Intel i7 ("Nehalem") processors that also feature Hyper-Threading. We are currently investigating using an Intel i7 on both PC systems and the latest Mac Pro models with HT enabled in conjunction with our sequencers. As long as our tests are still ongoing, we recommend turning off Hyper-Threading in the BIOS on PC systems. As this is not possible on the latest Mac Pro systems, we cannot recommend using those systems until further notice." Any clarification on this would be appreciated. Considering I've forked out considerable money for the new Mac Pro, I'm hoping I will be able to run Cubase on it, in some way or another.