No longer in a band, I want to concentrate on committing my songwriting/composition ideas to recordings. I am primarily looking to record things in the rock/metal/industrial genres. I have had Reaper for a while on Win10 with a Focusrite Scarlet interface, but I've never really bonded with it. I find myself researching "the Reaper way" of doing things and trying to change the interface theme more than being productive. For this reason, I have been contemplating moving to Cubase, as I've long been drawn to its more intuitive interface. Verging on pulling the trigger on Cubase 9.5 Pro, version 10 was released and someone pointed me toward Presonus Studio One 4 Pro, as it had a similar intuitiveness and feel, but cost a bit less. My main goal is to find out pros & cons/strengths & weaknesses about Cubase 9.5/10 Artist/Professional versus Studio One 4 Professional from experienced owners/users. Have heard that Cubase is buggy and not stable. Have heard that Studio One has a dedicated following, but doesn't have the extensiveness/support that Cubase does. Things of this nature are what I am trying to find out. As always, thank you all in advance for sharing your knowledge and experience.