Evenin' all While digging around for some feedback, I came across this group and feel I could probably get some good opinions here. I've been a logic 8 user for about 5 years now, but that's mainly for mixing and the occasional sound design work. However, I've never really tracked anything of significance in it. Currently running a PT 7.x HD3 rig to track our live shows (about 86 inputs) and it has been running fine. However, we are entertaining the idea of switching over to a Digico system that will require the use of MADI ports for output. Also, we are looking to start recording at 96kHz up from 48kHz. I've checked out some interfaces that will talk to the current PT setup and I can make it happen with 84 inputs the way we are now. Down the road if we need more, things start to get pricey again hah. Since this box will be doing nothing but tracking, I thought about removing the HD cards and tossing in 2 SSL madixtreme 128's to give myself a total of 112 possible inputs @ 96kHz. If I need more down the road, a 3rd card would put me at 168. So...has anyone here tracked these number of inputs (or close)? I can give the box a break during the set change, but being able to run non-stop for 3-4 hours is definitely a must. I know one thing I do like in PT is that I can assign each track a specified recording location. I like to break the total track count into thirds so I can span the recordings across 3 drives to help ease the load. At least in my version of Logic 8, I only see a global record folder setting. Anyway, any opinions or advice would be appreciated. Take Care!