I've had Logic since V4, but never as my main DAW. I won't go into the reasons -- I'm sure they've all be debated in detail. I use it in large part now to access work by composers who use GB as a scratch pad, and from there port to other applications, and occasionally dip into Logic for specific features. I updated from 7 to 8 because of the stuff that was added in for free, and then updated from 8 to 9 mostly out of habit. Now I'm wondering if there is a good reason for me to update to X from 9. I went through Eli's intro videos, and the X manual, and came away with three conclusions: 1) Apple has worked very hard to make Logic accessible to GB users. 2) a lot of things that take time to set up have been "preconfigured" like drummer tracks, sub mixes, etc. 3) Logic seems to be getting a lot more like other DAWs over time. I'm not sure any of that helps me. I'd have to say, from the screenshots, X looks a lot better than 9. So my question is, for those who concentrate mainly on recording real instruments, and then edit and mix audio and a bit of MIDI, does X do anything that 9 doesn't do, aside from maybe simplifying some workflows? Does it do things like pitch correction, beat detections, or anything else, better?