I figured I'd cut out all the dubious searching and just post up. I've recently moved and I realized I have cases of cassette tapes of all my past bands' output (live soundboards, practice recordings, demos, etc.). I'd LOVE to get out from underneath the dead format and get them digitized...thus my fall/winter project. I'm looking for a good quality basic 2 channel interface for the sole purpose of this tape transfer. Even simple RCA inputs would be fine. I'm in the sub-100$ neighborhood for this use, cheap but reasonable quality is appreciated. I have a great 16 channel digital rig I use for the band but I don't want to use it. I was a single small unit to keep at home and leave at my computer work station. What say you all about a 2 channel interface, reasonably priced, low on features? USB is fine. I'll be recording with a quadcore Macbook pro and a later version of Cubase. I've never looked at simple 2 channel stripped down interfaces.