I've been using Logic for quite a while. Probably not as long as many of you, but I think I started with version 4. However, for a little while now, I've been feeling like I haven't been getting the most out of Logic -- both due to just carrying forward old skills without updating and due to old skills not often used getting lost in the shuffle. Also, I just (finally) upgraded to Logic Pro 9. I think it's time I settled down for a complete ground-up revamp. I've particularly enjoyed the few DVD tutorials that Native Instruments put out for, for example, Kontakt 2 (I wish they'd update it), and I find that I'm more likely to go through something like that than to slog through a thick book. I've been considering a couple of avenues, but they're just the ones I've coincidentally seen advertised. Lynda.com has a couple of videos. "Logic Pro 9 Essential Training" is 5.5 hours, and is rated a level 1 out of 3 on their skills curve. I'm sure it's a good place to start, but I worry it won't be anywhere near deep enough. "Logic Pro 9 New Features" is 1.5 hours and is level 2. It's probably useful. The site had a $25/mo subscription rate, or $37.50/mo if you want exercise files to do the exercises. However, even though the price is right, if the videos aren't good it's a waste of time, and I don't see that they have any further higher-level videos for Logic Pro. The other avenue I've been looking at are the Ask Video videos about Logic 9 Pro. They seem to have three DVDs, just called Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3. They cost $39.99 each, or there's a bundle of all three for $109.95. (That's the pricing at musicstudiodirect.com -- if you know of a better price, that would be cool.) They claim to have (for the three-pack), over 12 hours of video across 134 separate videos. So it's much more expensive than lynda.com, especially since I'd likely not need more than a single month there, but it seems like it might go much further. I'm wondering if anybody has any experience and can give any feedback about either of these or if anybody has another favourite that they'd like to recommend.