Please help me make an agonizing decision. If it were up to you and you wanted portability and extremely stable environment, would you rather have 2 MAC Book Pro’s networked together with VSL PRO running all your plugins on one and Cubase 6 on the other, or would you opt for a Receptor 2 running the VSTi’s connected to the MAC Book Pro. I am faced with a choice here. I have a Receptor 1 that I will need to spend over $1,500 on to update to a version 2 with 8 gig of ram and a big enough hard drive to run all my plugins, which upsets me right from the start because the slick talking salesman who sold it to me said it would alwasy be compatible with anything. He never mentioned that I would … well, you know the rest. I purchased VSL Pro about a year ago and simply love it. It loads anything I want to stuff into it. So, with the new Thunderbolt technology out, I thought I could buy a second MAC Book Pro with 8 gig of ram in it and attach a large external drive to the Thunderbolt port to house all sample libraries and then run VSL Pro on it an network it to my original Mac Book Pro. If it were you, which would you rather depend on in the studio and live?