Windows 7 User - Wow, what a lot of choices... my head is spinning DAW. I've researched a bunch and hopefully you guys can help me figure out whats best for me. I see a lot of Reaper lovers here. The one thing I don't see for Reaper are instrument plug-ins, which I would like to have. Sony Acid looks very good, with a lot of different instrument plug-ins... but it doesn't seem too popular here. Then you have Pro Tools, FL, Cubase, etc... and just wow... I'm overwhelmed. Here are my goals: For Practice - create drums and keys to play along to. For Recording/Creation: have an EASY to use interface & a wide array of sounds to use. I'm into funk, rock, electronic, experimental Radiohead type stuff... really anything. I would love to have everything from violin plug-ins, to horns, to funk guitar. So far it looks like Sony Acid has all the instrument plug ins (at a price) I could want... but there's not a lot of users here of Acid. (plus, I wonder if I create tunes from Acid and share my work, am I violating any of Sony's copyrights?).