I would love if someone had some real insight to how this is going to play out with Audio Interface manufacturers. From what I understand, USB4 will support the Thunderbolt standard. Does that mean that existing Thunderbolt products will work with USB 4 or will there have to be new interfaces made to support it? If new devices have to be made then my question is are manufacturers planning to do just that. What I found disappointing with USB 3 is that even though theoretically it was faster than Firewire, in practice (due to technical differences between the way USB3 worked vs Firewire) it seemed that firewire still outperformed USB3 in Latency tests so the consensus among manufacturers was to keep making USB2 drivers because there was no advantage to USB3. I'm hoping that USB4 changes this and we can start seeing lower latency audio interfaces like we do with Thunderbolt and PCIe.