Hi, okay, we all know about the great things which have happened between Stanton and NI. Honestly, I dont really care much about what has happened and who is to blame - actually we won't ever find out the ultimate truth. I also understand NI is not allowed to support the Stanton/FS timecode, due to legal issues. However, what is completely unclear why NI is not at least offering to the old FS2 customers (which were also NI's customers at that time when they bought FS2) support for the new Traktor Scratch timecode on the old hardware (I cant see how Stanton could ever block that attempt, as ASIO is an open driver architecture, and the Traktor Scratch Timecode is NI's intellectual property). ASIO drivers are available. Traktor Scratch could easily identify which ASIO device is being connected. Any existing FS customers could have gotten a free software update to Traktor Scratch honoring being loyal to NI. So whats the official explanation for this?