Recently, I've been reading about Lex owners who insist that they always just listen to music and movies using Logic 7. Well, I've listened to Logic 7 for music and, IMO, it is about the best DSP mode that you can use for music if you use a DSP music mode. However, why in the world would you use Logic 7 for playback of a DD-EX encoded movie if your processor could natively decode the DD-EX soundtrack? Let's face it... Logic 7 is a very nicely done DSP. For folks that dislike the native DD-EX soundtrack, Logic 7 seems to fit the bill. Regardless, IMO, this sounds just like, and seems to mirror, what we hear from the folks who dislike Letterboxed movies, or simply prefer, the Pan & Scan versions of movies to the OAR versions. How can some folks rationalize dissing Pan & Scan, when they tout Logic 7? Maybe the folks who defend Pan and Scan are also the folks who are the biggest Logic 7 fans? Just wondering.... In the broadest sense, can you be an OAR guy, while not an OAF supporter?