Earlier in the week Jim Dalrymple over at The Loop posted a really detailed look at Logic Pro X, and has some insights into what it indicates about Apple's commitment to the professional market going forward. The response to LPX has been markedly different to that which greeted Final Cut Pro X, and the whole experience seems to have focused Apple on getting this one right. I really like how Logic seems to blend the depth of pro features expected with some effective use of consumer-oriented UI design. It's a tough balancing act, but one which they seem to have pulled off, at least on first impressions.
Logic Pro X is probably overkill for my current production needs, but as we shift things up a gear over the coming months (more on which soon) I can really see us moving to this (on the Mac at least: I'm still liking how much I can do with Auria on iPad)