The parallel waveforms update is great and has actually made me think about my sets a bit differently. Many thanks! After gigging with it a few times, however, I'd like to request / suggest an alternative layout for them. Instead of having all four waveforms clustered at the top of the screen, it would be significantly more convenient to have them in the middle of the screen. In other words, have decks A and B on top, parallel waveforms in the middle, then decks C and D below. See the attached mock-up I did as an example. This would be a much easier and more intuitive (for me, at least). It clusters like information with like information, with the waveforms from each track being closer to their associated decks. Now it's a bit odd for my eye to keep skipping from the top to bottom half of the screen all the time to see what is going on. I guess I'll get used to it, but in the heat of the mix anything that increases the usability of the UI would be quite helpful. This would only work with external mixer mode, obviously, or at least with the mixer portion turned off. But I suspect enough pro users play with an external mixer that having the option to do this would be welcomed by a lot of people. What do you guys think? Possible? Thanks for considering the suggestion. PS - A decent work around might be to just allow users to toggle a function that displayed the track names in a small font on upper left part of the waveform, but centered waveforms seems like a better idea.