From the \"worst decision\" thread:
You know, I\'ve been thinking. I have a pretty good friendship with Echo, and this just doesn\'t sound like the kind of thing they\'re about. What I am hearing surprises me a little, because their Giga-support has been A-1 since the beginning. I can speak with them about this, and try to get the issues you\'re having in the right hands.
Here\'s the deal though: All of you guys with Mias who are having problems need to come through on your end, describe your problems in detail, and be willing to test drivers if they come up with anything--in short, doing what it takes to solve it on all sides. I\'ll start another thread (under that title) and we\'ll try to get to the bottom of this.
Please sign in below, and let me know who you are, how to contact you (so I can get your e-mail to Echo), what problems you\'re having, what other hardware is in the machine, and what driver you\'re using currently (unsuccessfully).
The more detail you can provide, the more able (and willing) the engineers will be to spend their time on it...and the better case I can make to them for looking into it.
The people at Echo are nice, generous, and friendly. I can tell you for a fact that nobody there has it out for musicians, or would like the fact that people buy their tools and have problems. You will get a resolution, I am sure, but the key to it will be honest, civil dialog. So, here goes, and let\'s hope we do some good.