I've been comparing the Canopus ADVC-100 vs ADVC-110 and the diferences in specifications are resumed to this : ================ Canopus ADVC-100 ================ Looks : > Black Box Video Formats: >dosn't accept SECAM video Audio Formats: > 2-channel 48kHz 16-bit > 4-channel 32kHz 12-bit (input for two channels only) Digital Video Input/Output: > FireWire at 200Mbps Analog Video Input: > 2 x S-Video (7-pin miniDIN) Analog Audio Input (unbalanced): > 1 x 3.5mm stereo phono Power Usage: > 5.5W ================ Canopus ADVC-110 ================ Looks: > White Box Video Formats: >accepts SECAM video (input only) Audio Formats: > 2-channel 48kHz 16-bit > 2-channel 32kHz 12-bit Digital Video Input/Output: > FireWire at 100Mbps Analog Video Input: > 1 x S-Video (7-pin miniDIN) Power Usage: > 4.5W ADVC-110 can run only on the power supplied by the firewire. For me this is an disadvantage because if you want to connect it to an Laptop with only a 4 pin firewire port it will not work because power by firewire is only sent in the 6 pin firewire ports. As for the Macromedia "Tweak" the ADVC-110 dosn't seens to have it. Are there any other diferences between those two models ? I personal prefer the ADVC-100 model and I dont see the propose of Canopus to have produced the ADVC-110 ... What do you think ?