__________________ This seems like a chicken-and-egg problem to me. Tobias states that "the number of "Linux-only" DJs is very low". Is it me or is that possibly due to the fact that the number of Linux DJ applications is very low? So digital DJ's - how many of you would support a version on Linux considering that you can (1) obtain a number of Linux distributions for free (or with support subscriptions if you so choose) thus keeping your overall platform costs low, (2) optimize the OS for low-latency audio (there are entire user communities focused on real-time kernel performance alone) and (3) gain immediate access to a wealth of community resources not only focused on Linux in general but also on Linux pro-audio specifically. Sounds to me like money is actually being left on the table because there is no opportunity for users to put it there in the first place. What do you think?