I'm am in the planning stage of procurring equipment and software to convert analog video to digital. It appears that Canopus offers high quality products. I'm just not sure which is the better way to go. The ADVC-100/110 or the ACEDVio. The canopus web site states that: Is this an advantage of using the ACEDVio over the ADVC-100/110? Or can I accomplish the same thing through video editing software? There are still a few ADVC-100's out there for sale. The ADVC-100 offers an Digital Video input/output rate of 200 (Mbps) vs. the ADVC-110 which offers 100 (Mbps). Was this done because the transfer rates were typically under 100 (Mbps)? Am I better off buying a ADVC-100 with the faster transfer rate? Or opt for the ADVC-110 which has the additional benefit of allowing audio capture only? One last question on software. There is a dizzying array of video editing and authoring software packages on the market. Any suggestions on a decent program to use? Different web sites endorse different programs. Does any one program have better utilities for "cleaning up" the converted video? Thanks for any info that can be passed along.