I have some VHS tapes I need to convert to DVD. With this is mind, I read some reviews on the Dazzle DVC 150. Some of the reviews were good, some were bad, but most of the people that had probelms seemed to be using slow PC's, and some seemed to be inexperienced. I don't fall under either of those categories. So I went ahead and purchased the product. I like this one because it captures audio and video with the same device. Most capture cards require a seperate audio card, which can cause probelms with audio snycronization. The device captures good quality video, and the audio is fine, when it works. The problem is the software keeps crashing. My PC is very fast. I have an AMD Atholon XP 2700 system with 768 DDR RAM, and a 120 GB hard drive. I am about ready to give up on this device, unless I can get it to work with another capturing program. If not, I want to try something else. Can someone reccoemnd a capture device, internal or external that can capture both the audio and video from a VHS tape that will work with 3rd party applications like Adobe Premiere or Sage. I don't want to spend more than 200 dollars. It doesn't need to be able to capture from everything, just VHS, and coax, so I can record satellite on my PC.