Lately, I've been spending probably 2-3 hours per day editing in Vegas Pro 20 and at some point, I realized it hadn't crashed in the longest time. This is just my experience but in other versions, I would expect it to crash at least 1-2 times along a session and always followed the save early and save often mantra. And I don't know, I just had the realization that Vegas has really had a trial by fire, so to speak. When Magix took it over V13 had been sitting undeveloped and unmaintained for years, and it seemed like Magix had their work cut out for them to bring it back basically from the dead to compete in a competitive market. And so, after years of watching it get developed, it is pretty amazing to see it as it is now. Still very much what it was, but with so much more improved under the hood, and now, at least in its current version, very stable. I also realized that this forum itself has helped to make it a better product. Imagine developing a software product and running it through today's gauntlet of users and trying to address the most pressing complaints. But somehow, they've done it! Is it perfect? No, no software is. But is it a solid, steady performer with a growing list of capabilities? Absolutely. So thank you to Magix for keeping a great software program alive and thriving.