Hi, how are you? I'm trying to do some research concerning a vendor that i know and have had experience with concerning accessibility issues concerning music recording software. The problem seems to be that it must a process and i 'm sure of how it works concerning securing the accessible software. I'm taking a commercial music course, and they are using macs in the lab. The problem is that i don't know pro tools at all and acording to people that i've talked to it is not as accessible to me as sonar producer version 8.5 would be. How can i get some in the disability access center to see what i'm talking about? I'm wondering if i should just wait until i get the software installed on my laptop and take it with me to show the director at the disability access center that this same software that i baught for myself would work on a mac if windows xp was installed along with bootcamp as well as sonarproducer 8.5 with the caketalking scripts using the version of jaws that i now have. just to show that this is what i can do independently? I would appreciate any information that you might have. Thank you.