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  • Agreed!!!  I can't say "I'm out" at this point because my wheels still have to keep turning and the XL feature set will make those wheels turn more smoothly, but I would be very disappointed and wary of support of XL and/or future products if they c…
  • They are finally in stock and available for purchase as of today, at least from Sweetwater... Despite my better judgement, I broke down and bought two because it will substantially help my workflow to be able to convert most of my stuff to RTP-M…
  • @Stevie - yeah, I do agree with the fact that the 8in-12out arrangement is moving slightly backwards for me, although I do have some rack gear that I would potentially not really require the dedicated ins for (although that can be limiting for libra…
  • Thanks for the new drivers!  I have both of my mio10 units working together on the same Windows 10 PC and things are good!!! I have noticed an issue regarding iConfig 4.2.6 where I am unable to connect to either of my units after installing the 1.0…
  • Thanks, Rodney!  This is great news...very much looking forward to more robust drivers than the class-compliant ones!  So far, I can confirm that this isn't quite ready for prime time on the mio10 (or two of them) under Windows 10 x64 (10.0.15063 …
  • Sorry to hijack the thread, but a question for Rodney about the new drivers mentioned earlier...  Are these going to be custom device drivers for the mio series that will replace the Microsoft "class-compliant" generic ones?  If so, will this allow …
  • Thanks Nick.  Yeah, I have them in order and turned on in the correct order, and make sure not to unplug them so they stay "in place" but it is still a pain to keep things straight.  Unfortunately there are also some apps that don't enumerate correc…
  • One more thing I tried - I did rename (re-label, really) the devices in Device Manager via the registry hack approach, and they do now at least show up as "mio10-1" and "mio10-2" in Device Manager.  This unfortunately has no bearing on the actual de…