So, here is my 1st world problem I have a Final Cut Studio 2 (Final Cut Pro 6, DVD Studio Pro 4, Motion 3, LiveType 2, Soundtrack Pro 2, Color, Compressor 3) license/box. Did not mind to upgrade to FCS3, cause I read all about it "just being a bug fix", "nothing really new", "not worth it to upgrade", and so forth. So I decided to wait it out for FCS4/FCP8, but then came FCPX, and you all know the rest of the story (drama!). Now I´m wondering if I´m gonna sell my FCS2, and buy FCPX + Compressor and Motion. I´ve always loved my FCS2, but perhaps it´s time to move on? And I think might I be able to get enough selling it to finance FCPX. I´m by no means a pro, and I´m a one man show - editing is mainly a hobby. I do stuff for myself, friends and family, like vacations, weddings, events, skiing/snowboarding/action sports, using my Panasonic point and shoot, and sometimes borrowed DSLR´s (I´ll probably getting Panasonic GH2 soon). Never done a paid gig, though I have on occasion made a presentation of a strategic communication idea for my "real job" using Motion. Though the Avid and Adobe Switch deals are nice, I don´t feel like spending that kind of money on some new suit. As mentioned - only a hobby. Thats also the reason I want to sell FCS2 if I´m to buy FCPX. Though FCPX isn't that expensive, I like to keep my hobby budget as lean as possible (and rather buy a bit more of the expensive stuff for my small kids). I know my way around FCS pretty well. I´ve never used Cinema Tools, and I´ve never made a lot of effort with Color, and only used STP occasionally for noise reduction. But I´ve come to love FCP, DVDSP, Motion and Compressor, used them a lot. And BTW - I´m one of those guys that find (the old) FCP more intuitive then iMovie (hate it), and I have never actually got my head around iDVD (always fails on me). As there is no trial version of FCPX I would really like some advise from someone who´s tried both, and understands my (not so Pro) needs?? I´d hate to sell my FCS which I like, only to find I hate FCPX (though it might be the future). Thanx!