Hey everyone, I've posed this on other forums, but thought I'd also float this idea past the TGP crowd: Has anyone tried using a Dell ST2220T touch screen monitor with Touch-Base drivers to create a full-featured/low cost DAW control surface? If the Touch-Base driver/ST2220T combo works, then one could buy two of them and use them as a touch screen mixer in Logic. Even with the $220 price tag for the software and $300/ea for the monitors, that solution would be far superior to any DAW control surface (Euphonix, Mackie, Behringer, etc.): No stepper motor sounds inherent to motorized faders Access to every mixer parameter directly--no assigning "v-pots" or faders No wear and tear on faders and pots Easily expandable to however many individual tracks you want (about 48 per ST2220T if you open two mixer windows per screen) WAY, WAY cheaper. I could see having two conventional monitors at eye level for plug-ins and the timeline window, etc., and two touch screens on the desk at a low angle as a 48+ channel touch screen mixer. Compare that in price to a Mackie MCU ($999) + 5 extenders ($699/ea = $4500 total). With more features, and completely silent operation. Here's a clip of a guy who's done it. Oh, and here's a guy using a cheaper touch screen w/Logic. According to Touch-Base's site, they have multi-gesture pretty much worked out for Mac OS X SL/Lion. Also, for those using Windows 7, the OS itself will drive the Dell monitors without purchasing the Touch-Base drivers. What do you think?