I've used most of the major DAWs in my time. I started with Cakewalk through Sonar 2, moved on to Cubase/Nuendo, then finally got tired of dealing with all the PC driver issues and switched to Logic, starting with 8 and am now using 9. I haven't looked back since. Logic to me is everything a DAW should be and much, much more. Yet everywhere you turn, all you seem to hear out there is Pro Tools, Pro Tools, Pro Tools. It is, and has been for some time, the industry "standard." Mackie's release this year of firewire mixers that work with Pro Tools was heralded as a huge breakthrough, blah blah blah. All I wanted to know, does it work with Logic. Anyway, long story longerâ€”I've never used Pro Tools. Never really seen it other than a few screen caps and in music stores. And I have to say, I'm curious. Is it really all that everyone says it is? How, when it comes down to it, does it compare to Logic? Or should they be compared at all? I honestly can't imagine a better DAW than Logic 9, which I love dearly. But am I missing something? Should I perhaps have both?