I got L9 immediately but haven't been using it everyday. But, it seems that when I do use it there are some new crashes and corruptions that I'm not used to. I've gotten the random "static of death" when recording audio at a buffer of 64 where it just bursts into a very loud static and can fry the client's ears. Not cool. Also got some weird crashes today where for some reason the audio was truncated to 8 bit and logic wouldn't play it (?). That was a new one. I had to get out of software monitoring mode and use my Maestro software to finish the system so I could raise the buffer. I had BFD2 running which I know is a resource hog but in L8 I never had these odd crashes. I realize this is a first release and that things will(hopefully)improve with an update or 2. I didn't get serious with logic until 8.02 was already out so I'm sure I missed some of the bugs that others had to endure. Anyone remember how long it took Apple to release the first 2 updates to L8? Was it within the first 6 months or so for the first update? Just curious. Overall I love it and don't see a big reason to downgrade.