because i am a cubase user for more than 10 years.
If i calculate the system costs i put in my actual system and recalc what is needed to get logic running as fast i pass ten years cubase experience, 12k minimum i spent in the whole cubase based pc system and the biggest point are
all the projects from the past years are Cubase projects so i´d need to go with a parallel system.
So it would make sound sense to build up a second logic control room if your hands and feets are in the cold water since this time. I live with cubase and produce good stuff with it - mostly use 3party plugs. I miss an adequate Cubase “oneandonlyproduct” philosophy. My experience with promises, bugs, user wishes, pro user wishes, quality of cubase plugs, instruments and the Steinberg-Output are splitted. i have the feeling everything what would be really cool for cubase to integrate must be checked twice with Nuendo, Sequel and Steinbergs Marketing stands that no product beats out the other one. This may be a point were many great tools are not longer refined in cubase beside tight time lines cause the mass of other Steinberg products…
At moment this point is not as big that i would spent more than 5k in a new system.
But the idea is there, Logic is great, you can bet that most stuff Logic comes with is greater than great.
Maybe the fact that Apple does not stand between three Sequencer products that could beat themself out. They have one flagship and the philosophy fits just right. Also the philosophy of Avid Protools. I like those guys a lot. They rocked the booth in Frankfurt while Steinberg had to fight with license problems…