I think you were afraid to answer my question in case you came across like a moron, so you asked me my own question back at me. If you cast your mind back to yesterday, you made some comment about not dj'ing on digital set-ups since its not where you find talented djs ... i asked you why, and you have consistently failed to answer a simple question. That my friend, makes you look like an absolute fool - and everyone on this thread will no doubt agree with me. A skillfull DJ, IMO entertains the people who he plays or makes music for, making the best use of the tools at his disposal. Picking the right tunes, playing them in the right order, mixing them smoothly and meaningfully. Unfortunately you appear to have gone down the Kevin and Perry route, and appear to have convinced your mam to let you stay in her house while you spend thousands of pounds on chucky, to buy what you saw Tiesto using in a youtube clip of him at Privilege, and convinced yourself that if you got all the gear - then you would soon be a superstar DJ and could afford to start paying some rent and decorate your room. Big deal if you can take a tune on vinyl, then mix into a tune off your cdj's, then into one off ableton live and then finally mixed into a sound recording of your own farting anus played from a sampler and ran through a korg kaos pad. Bravo.