Channel 10 as the drum track has not been a standard since 2004 when VSTs came on the scene? Why is Powertracks and Realband maintaining this convention from the 90s? It is really annoying to not be able to use all 16 midi channels on different VSTs because every time you come to channel 10 you have to opt-out of it because it can only be a drum track. I mean how many drums tracks do you really need. And you might think about upping the number of tracks that one can have to at least 96 which would double the possibility of PT and RB. Mixcraft 9 and even Cakewalk which went out of business two years ago no longer restricts the amount nor do they force you to use channel 10 as a drum track. Keeping up with the times is very important for a company like yours.