Here are some things you need to know: Many of you already know that because of the way their respective memory servers work, it is important to load the Play 2 software instruments first. Fine, but what happens when you open a past project or a template? How does Logic Pro 9 decide which to load first? The answer is it follows the track list from the bottom up. So if you have 50 software instrument tracks it starts with track 50 and then subsequently loads up to track 1. So therefore before you save the project or template, you want to drag the tracks that use Play 2 to the bottom of the track list. If you are using Vienna Ensemble Pro to connect to the 32 bit server with Play stuff and the 64 bit server with Kontakt stuff, make sure that the VE Pro software instrument tracks connecting to the 32 bit server are below the 64 bit ones in the track list. I hope this is helpful.