Hey everyone, Thought I'd repost this here: Has anyone tried using Logic with touch screens running Touch-Base to create a full-featured/low cost DAW control surface? If the Touch-Base driver/ST2220T combo works, then one could buy two of them and use them as a touch screen mixer in Logic. Even with the $220 price tag for the software and $300/ea for the monitors, that solution would be far superior to any DAW control surface (Euphonix, Mackie, Behringer, etc.): No stepper motor sounds inherent to motorized faders Access to every mixer parameter directly--no assigning "v-pots" or faders No wear and tear on faders and pots WAY, WAY cheaper. I could see having two conventional monitors at eye level for plug-ins and the timeline window, etc., and two touch screens on the desk at a low angle as a 48+ channel touch screen mixer. Compare that in price to a Mackie MCU ($999) + 5 extenders ($699/ea = $4500 total). With more features, and completely silent operation. What do you think?