Years ago I went from strictly analog to RADAR and then moved on to a DAW with Logic Pro. It was a bit of a struggle for me to learn Logic Pro but I got to the point where I was comfortable and enjoyed many of the features. For a number of reasons I moved over to PTHD3/hybrid analog console setup and haven't used LP much. There are some features of LP that I miss. I have all of my PCIe slots on my G5 filled with Digi cards (PTHD3), I have 2 Aurora 16s going into the Digi cards so all of my I/O has to go through the Digi cards. I prefer mixing with PT on a D Command/utilizing an analog console for summing and inserting analog outboard gear. I prefer the soft synths of Logic and composing with Logic. Thus far, with the help of members of this forum I have been able to Logic up and running using Digi core audio so that I can go through my Aurora converters. I am still struggling and can't seem to figure out how to use my TDM plugins in Logic. I have reinstalled Logic Pro 8 and at least I am no longer getting the message that ESB and EXS24 can't be found. I think that I am on the right track, but I am beginning to think that all of this work may not be worth the trouble. I am wondering how feasible it is to start a project in Logic using the soft synths and then importing the project into PT. I presume that the work flow would require that the Logic Midi tracks be committed and converted to audio files, that could then be exported to PT. Anybody with a work flow sort of like this?