After the initial "Wow" response, the depth of Logic X with it's new tools and work flow options still continues to inspire me. Having said that, in some strange way, all that is new and cool in Lx somehow still draws attention to the stability and vast power of L9. During the Lx installation, I went with the familiar L9 key commands. My customized commands documented in a word processor table But it's very clear to me that Lx is the future. I haven't started anything new in L9 although it's installed on both of my systems. So I'm now faced with just biting the bullet and learning the Lx default k.c. Adding my customized commands is not an issue. Another wrinkle is Apple's move towards non-extended keyboards... I have two extended keyboards and use them... extensively. Does it make sense to also just get used to the non-numerical keypad key boards??? Thought? Comments?