Hmmm...that's about $9,180 US. That's really not bad. I've paid consultants three times that much to develop a 90 minute web-based training course, which involves no serious coding that you do. So, if there are approx. 400 people on this list, and we each contributed that would be roughly $23 a piece. Heck, I'd pitch in at least $50. Have you considered proposing this to the PSP folks? I think one reason why the Vortex failed was poor marketing and bad timing. I personally think it would do much better as a VST plugin...and I think you could generate an ROI that would easily surpass that development fee in no time. You should really talk to PSP, since you know the Vortex so well. You could distribute an online petition that indicates the demand....go to the people on this list, the audio/VST junkies list that Rick moderates, etc. PSPaudioware.com s.c. Dzikiej Rozy 11/8 05-500 Jozefoslaw Poland ph.: +48 60 196 31 73 fax: +48 22 711 25 69 General information contact@PSPaudioware.com Sales sales@PSPaudioware.com Technical support support@PSPaudioware.com or visit our support forums Kris -----Original Message----- From: a k butler [mailto:email@example.com] Sent: Friday, September 09, 2005 4:23 AM To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com Subject: Re:RE: lexicon boxes At 09:18 09/09/05, you wrote: >Hey Andy, ever thought of creating a VST version of the vortex? :) thought about it, and costed the project. i'll do it for £5000 :-) andy ps, as the hardware flopped commercially, a recreation is unlikely.