Dude, It's really of no concern to me, I was just responding to your statement that seemed to say once someone used REAPER for any length of time they wouldn't ever move on, that's simply not true. As I said earlier, as long as you are happy with what you use, and what you use does everything you need it to do and does it to your satisfaction, then who cares what someone else uses or thinks, it's a non issue. You like REAPER the best, well good for you, I'm happy for you, as it happened I also found something I am happy with after 8 years of using REAPER, and if at sometime in the future I find something I think is better or better suits me, I'll use that, it doesn't make me a DAW hopper lol
, I just prefer to use something I think is a better product, and something that suits me better, I don't think changing DAW's once in 12 years entitles anyone to the title of DAW hopper
You seem to expect everyone to agree with your opinions/thoughts, ain't gonna happen, and sorry to burst your bubble, but I think you'll find far more people that disagree with you than agree (perhaps no at KVR or the REAPER forums
). Just be happy you can use something that suits you and does what you want how you want, that's all that matters, no need to worry about what others use or think.
(except if it's Cakewalk, then all bets are off)
I don't expect everyone to use or like Studio One, nor do I care if they don't
So I'll leave you with it, enjoy, and all the best on your journey