Hey all, Just thought you might find this interesting. I use Pro Tools as a video host, and I really hated using such an expensive hog for that. It's great at it, though...infinite video tracks, infinite video files, etc. I began looking for alternatives. Tried using Video Slave, but I prefer to run a PC for this use case since it's so limited in scope -- the price of a Mac is overkill here. Also, editing audio directly in the session is a bit awkward. Digital Performer was my next idea, but unfortunately it can't run as an MMC slave, so that was a no-go. The "Chunks" feature would've been great for hosting different cuts, though. Bit of a shame. Nuendo was a great choice, as I'm a Cubase/Nuendo user, but I like using both for different reasons on my main machine, and moving the eLicenser between the machines is a small pain I'd like to avoid. Plus, it can only hold two video tracks at once...kind of annoying. I finally tried Reaper, and it's working flawlessly. MTC generation is tight, it slaves to Cubase's MMC.The project tabs at the top are like "Chunks" in DP (but honestly better), so I can have different video versions in the same project. Personally I hate the idea of working inside Reaper for music (tried it multiple times and the UI and workflow clunkiness, endless customizations, etc drove me nuts), but as a video host, it rocks. Thought some of you guys might want to try!