There are a lot of uses for the ability to easily change the a complete set of shortcuts. First off, not all places that have different users actually use multiple user accounts. Also, if a user is accustomed to the shortcuts of different programs, they can choose sets to use at different times without having to set everything to the factory to get back to what the “house” Wavelab commands are. For example, having just switched from Peak, there may be times when I can take time to learn the Wavelab, but also times where I’d like to make a set of equivalent Peak shortcuts to use and share with anyone who could use them. There may also be different uses–- a user may want certain types of commands to be easier when, let’s say, using the spectral editor vs. batch processor vs. recording session. Because Wavelab supports so many different shortcut methods (keyword, keyboard, MIDI control) these may need to change based on available hardware controllers-- Even now, if I get a new hardware controller and want to try some things out, it sounds like I can’t revert to my previous ones. Once I made use of the extensive commands system, how would I back them up?