eats the native full HD h.264 files for breakfast. In Vegas 8 and 9 I could not use the files natively with any kind of success. With Vegas 10, no need to convert those devils. Use them right out of camera flawlessly. I get full frame rate playback buttery smooth. No hiccups. No glitches. It's just plain revolutionary for those of us trying to edit in Sony Vegas using our DSLR footage. I am shooting 7D and T2i, and it is awesome. Awesome, awesome. Worth the upgrade no matter what version of Vegas you are running. It is here. Also, if you are a Magic Bullet user, the 32bit version of Vegas 10 works flawlessly. However, the 64 bit version--does not. I hope this helped someone. This blog doesn't get a ton of hits, but if I can help one... goal accomplished. Cheers to my Vegas users. The push toward DSLR is huge because the sensors are massive and great in low light. Another huge bonus is obvious. They make great cameras. This means, for companies like me, I can have my Chicago Video graphy Company and My Chicago Photography Company and use the same equipment in both. It's a win - win.