So we are just screwed then if we bought Cubasis 3 after owning Cubasis 2 LE and purchasing all the upgrades? Because we had absolutely no way to know we would be wasting our money until it was too late. Also, LE 3 won’t be out until March, even tho it is the exact same thing as Cubasis 3 if you purchased all IAP? So there is now a new additional penalty for originally doing the intelligent thing and previewing Cubasis for free to see if you liked it and wanted to purchase it rather than just buying it immediately knowing nothing about it? Literally we used a free trial briefly before buying (probably a day or two for me) and we are still paying for that “mistake”. Well that’s not at all cool, but when combined with the fact that we had no warning before buying Cubasis 3 that we would be treated like 3rd class citizens and be charged more money than other customers who, due to sales and timing of purchase, had often actually paid less for their fully functional versions of Cubasis than we paid for our fully functional versions of Cubasis, this really then becomes completely unacceptable and likely across the line of what is moral, ethical, and legal. I await hopefully for somebody to please show me where I am wrong so I can get this taken care of and move on. It’s always some technical issue causing delays to production, but you just don’t and should not expect it to be over something like this—what, semantic distinctions? I know this much I can guarantee: resolution of this issue, good or bad, will be THE deciding factor for a fair number of people who like Cubasis and would be considering trying cubase to see what kind of synergistic workflow magic they could achieve going that route instead of the otherwise more obvious choices out there, and I also think that Cubasis can potentially save cubase from discontinuation in a future where iPAD OS becomes THE platform for creation, which it most certainly is poised to do. And you never know who might be amongst that crowd of LE users potentially about to become disenfranchised with the great Steinberg Company, and you never know when you might be communicating with the next revolutionary producer, just sitting back polishing his masterpieces, getting ready to pounce on an unsuspecting world. Just sayin . . .